It’s been a week of minor annoyances for AT&T, having run-ins with two groups you don’t want to anger: the Department of Justice and frustrated teens.
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Attention Vermont residents: AT&T will sell its mobile phones in your state beginning next Thursday.
Verizon Wireless will close its acquisition of Alltel this Friday, Verizon said in an SEC 8-K filing late last week.
AT&T and Verizon Wireless announced the completion of a spectrum swap following regulatory approval from the FCC and Department of Justice.
AT&T is following through on its promise of testing residential femtocells, according to an Associated Press report.
AT&T will shed 12,000 people, equal to 4% of the company’s total employees, officials said today.
Voice search specialist Cha-Cha now has the endorsement of AT&T, the companies said today.
Verizon Wireless and Alltel unveiled new smartphones today, while AT&T announced a two-for-one deal for the holidays.
AT&T is now selling Samsung’s Eternity, an advanced touchscreen phone that includes support for the operator’s MediaFLO-provided mobile TV service.
AT&T is buying smaller GSM operator Centennial Communications for $944 million in cash, the company said late last week.
Trimble and AT&T are providing a way for outdoor enthusiasts to get on track to a healthier lifestyle.
AT&T is going to implement bandwidth caps and will begin trials to determine the appropriate cap rates.
AT&T hopes to simplify life for itself and for Apple iPhone 3G buyers this holiday season.
Brightpoint’s Activation Services division has signed an agreement with AT&T to serve as its Online Master Dealer.
AT&T’s debut of the BlackBerry Bold smartphone is delayed because of ongoing testing
AT&T is adding a new flip phone to its line-up, the C610 from Korean manufacturer Pantech.
It was a cold October day at Chicago’s Soldier Field but the sky was cobalt blue. The dignitaries wore their wool topcoats against the chilly wind that made the temperature feel like freezing. And Scott Erickson remembers the car wouldn’t start.
Ameritech launched the first commercial cellular network on Oct. 13, 1983, with much fanfare at Soldier Field in Chicago. New customers began signing up by the thousands despite the near $3,000 price tag and subscription fee of $50 per month and 50 cents per minute of airtime.
AT&T has added a few more responsibilities to Ralph de la Vega’s plate, charging him with all consumer offerings not just wireless offerings.
Local search engine specialist Zvents received $24 million in funding from AT&T, Navteq and Nokia Growth Partners
AT&T and middleware provider Antenna Software are at Oracle’s OpenWorld in San Francisco, showing the operator’s new capabilities in mobile enterprise applications.
Companies in the News: AT&T, Qualcomm, Hewlett-Packard, Panasonic, GlenMartin, Perytons, JayBird, eXpansys
AT&T has brought out the Samsung Rugby, a new rugged, military-grade flip phone for businesses that use on-site field services.