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FCC overrules carriers, defines 'broadband' as 10Mbps minimum

12/12, 7:27pm

Upgrade from 4Mbps definition in 2011 keeps 1Mbps upstream minimum

Over the objections of carriers and cable companies, the FCC on Friday voted to change the definition of the term "broadband" to require a minimum speed of 10 megabits (one megabit equals one-eighth of a megabyte) per second (Mbps) download speed -- an upgrade from the previous definition of 4Mbps -- while keeping the old definition's requirement of at least 1Mbps upload. Although the US is far behind many other countries in typical broadband speed (and US customers pay more for the slower speed that typical prices in many other places), AT&T and Verizon, along with the National Cable & Telecommunications Association, argued that 4Mbps was sufficient for consumers.

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Briefly: AT&T expands VoLTE and HD Voice, McDonald's kiosk ordering

12/11, 6:13am

AT&T increases number of markets with HD Voice enabled

AT&T has expanded its Voice over LTE (VoLTE) and HD Voice service into more markets. The carrier's higher-quality voice calls are now available to use in parts of the District of Columbia, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, and Wisconsin, though customers will require a VoLTE-compatible smartphone.

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AT&T, Verizon: 4G subscriber churn in Q4 to make an impact

12/09, 8:35pm

US' leading carriers seeing increased competition from T-Mobile, Sprint

In the telecom industry, "churn" is the rate at which subscribers jump from one service to another, and it appears to be increasing with 4G cellphone subscribers during the present quarter. So much so that both AT&T and Verizon have indicated to investors that their margins may be "impacted" in Q4 by the loss of subscribers, and the promotional efforts it will take to lure them back from rivals such as T-Mobile and Sprint.

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FCC restarts clock for Comcast-TWC, AT&T-DirecTV merger review

12/04, 4:00pm

Replies in Comcast-TWC merger due December 23, AT&T-DirecTV by January 7, 2015

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced December 3 that it is restarting the informal "shot clocks" in the review of the $45 billion Comcast-Time Warner Cable and $48.5 billion AT&T-DirecTV proposed mergers. As the FCC is now allowing parties to review confidential information once again, it restarted the pleading cycles with new deadlines for each merger.

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AT&T given permission to 'intervene' in town's municipal fiber build

12/03, 11:14pm

Kansas town to expand fiber infrastructure to cover residents, AT&T's interests affected

Chanute -- a small Kansas town with a population near 9,000 -- is seeking to expand its current municipal fiber in order to offer broadband services to its residents. To do so, the town must abide by a law from 1947 to seek permission from the Kansas Corporation Commission (KCC) to sell bonds for the funds to build out the infrastructure. However, AT&T holds concerns over the potential effects the municipal service will have on the area, large enough that the company asked for permission to intervene into the proceedings.

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Cricket Communications pays government back $2.1M in wiretap charges

12/03, 4:35pm

Wireless company said to overcharge for wiretaps, pen registers for three years

AT&T's budget wireless brand Cricket Communications has agreed to pay back more than $2.1 million in charges stemming from government-related wiretaps and pen registers. In a statement from the US Attorney's Office for the Northern District of California, the company is settling in order to bring an end to the allegations that it overcharged the government for services and facilities tied to electronic surveillance for three years.

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AT&T responds to FCC over 'frozen' fiber build, calls agency mistaken

11/26, 1:32pm

AT&T claims it will adhere to fiber build, but freezing any new expansion plans

Following the US Federal Communication Commission's (FCC) demand for more information about a "frozen" fiber buildout, AT&T has responded to the call late yesterday. The company claims that the announced expansion of the gigabit network is not actually frozen -- only new, unannounced expansions have been halted in the wake of the FCC's net neutrality and Title II regulation discussion, though the announcement was seen a thinly-veiled threat against the FCC.

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FCC Chairman sees Net Neutrality lawsuits by 'big dog' ISPs coming

11/22, 9:40am

Wheeler believes lawsuits inevitable, regardless of result of discussion

US Federal Communications Commission head Tom Wheeler said that there is a specific reason why the regulatory group is taking its time with the net neutrality discussion. Speaking at a meeting on Friday, the chairman said that caution was prudent, and that the agency needs to "make sure that we understand what is going on here." Referring to Verizon, AT&T, and the other major Internet providers, he added that "the big dogs are going to sue regardless of what comes out."

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Briefly: Google Drive Chromebook offer, AT&T Nexus 6 issue

11/21, 2:42pm

Google offers Chromebook users 1TB of cloud storage for two years

Google is giving potential Chromebook users an incentive to pick up the notebook before the end of the year. The search company is providing new Chromebook purchases worth $199 or more with 1TB of Google Drive storage for two years as a free bonus. The offer applies to purchases at retail and online stores, as well as Google Play, but must be redeemed before January 1st, 2015.

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AT&T launches limited time Mobile Share Value 15GB data promotion

11/17, 5:00pm

Consumers get 15GB for the price of 10GB plan, double data on select plans extended

AT&T is launching a new plan offer starting November 18, giving existing and new customers looking for a bargain in data an additional option to consider. The company's current 10GB Mobile Share Value plan is getting a 5GB boost in shared data, while maintaining the $100 per month price. The wireless carrier says that the plan will be offered for a limited time, but doesn't give a date for the end of the promotion.

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AT&T shuts down mobile 'super cookie' monitoring, Verizon continues

11/15, 1:10pm

Both providers have come under heavy fire for possible Wiretap Act violations

Under enormous pressure after reports showed that some wireless providers were installing "super cookies" on user's devices designed to track their online movements, AT&T has ceased the practice. The carrier released a brief statement earlier this week about how the tracking mechanism was a limited-time test, and has "been phased off" the company's wireless network. Competitor Verizon continues the practice, however, and is showing no signs of stopping.

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FCC demands information from AT&T on frozen 100 city fiber build

11/15, 7:14am

FCC lawyer calls AT&T's anti-Title II gambit

Just days after AT&T said that it would pause new gigabit fiberoptic deployments pending resolution of the net neutrality discussion, the US Federal Communications Commission has requested information on the buildout. The FCC is demanding information on the current number of households that the carrier provides fiber to, the demographic breakdown of those locations, and proof that the AT&T investment model in fiber is unprofitable as it claims now or in the future.

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AT&T could shelve gigabit fiber investments over net neutrality rules

11/12, 9:17pm

CEO Stephenson says provider might hold investment on fiber builds in 100 areas

During an analyst conference on Wednesday, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson said that the company is considering putting a hold on its build-out of gigabit fiber networks for select cities in the US until a decision is made on net neutrality rules. The company announced in April that it would be bringing high-speed fiber to 100 cities and municipalities.

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AT&T no longer attempting to launch in-flight Wi-Fi service

11/11, 6:12am

Carrier will redirect in-flight Internet efforts into international business

AT&T is giving up on its plan to launch an in-flight Wi-Fi service. Abandoning plans first announced in April, which would have put the carrier against Gogo and other similar in-flight Internet providers, AT&T did not specify why it was giving up on the service, but advised it would be concentrating more on its international business instead.

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AT&T snaps up Mexican wireless provider Iusacell for $1.7 billion

11/08, 10:28am

Deal gives AT&T foothold in area, may buy more assets from other companies

AT&T has declared that it will purchase Mexico-based wireless carrier Iusacell for $1.7 billion in cash. The Mexican company has a network that blankets 70 percent of the country with 3G, and uses the same GSM frequencies that AT&T uses. The deal will also see AT&T take on $700 million in debt that Iusacell holds.

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Briefly: Timex Ironman One GPS+ on AT&T, Huawei TalkBand B1 in US

11/06, 10:28am

Pre-orders for Timex Ironman One GPS+ smartwatch start tomorrow

Pre-orders for the Timex Ironman One GPS+ will commence in the United States through AT&T stores on November 7th, and online from November 10th. Designed for runners, the smartwatch is able to track the wearer's speed, distance, and other position-related information, includes 4GB of storage, works with Bluetooth speakers and headphones, and has its own cellular data connection rather than relying on a nearby smartphone. Including one year of AT&T data, the Timex Ironman One GPS+ will be priced at $400.

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AT&T adds longer payment period option to Next installment plans

11/04, 11:09am

AT&T Next 24 has 30 monthly payments, upgrades from month 24

AT&T is giving its customers a third option to acquire a smartphone via the AT&T Next installment and early-upgrade scheme. The current Next 12 and Next 18 plans will be joined by Next 24, an option which will let subscribers pay nothing initially, followed by regular monthly payments for 30 months, up from the 20 and 24-month plans of the existing installment choices.

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Briefly: HTC Desire Eye on AT&T, Disney Movies Anywhere on Android

11/04, 6:09am

HTC Desire Eye exclusive to AT&T, discount available for RE camera

The HTC Desire Eye will be exclusive to AT&T in the United States, the carrier has revealed. The smartphone, complete with a front-facing 13-megapixel camera with dual LED flash, will go on sale from November 7th priced at $549.99 off-contract, $149.99 with a two-year contract, $22.92 per month under AT&T Next 18, or $27.50 per month on AT&T Next 12. Customers buying the Desire EYE on-contract will also be able to acquire the RE camera at a discount, saving $50 off the $199 sticker price.

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Verizon, AT&T collaborating on VoLTE interoperability between carriers

11/03, 8:56pm

Engineers working on routing HD voice calls over LTE between different carriers

Verizon and AT&T are working together to allow Voice over LTE (VoLTE) calls to function normally between mobile phone users on different carriers. Current systems allow for the high definition calls to take place between users on the same carrier, switching to current technologies when calling another phone network, but the two major carriers aim to put an end to the loss of call quality in the future.

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Samsung Gear S heading to major US carriers from November 7

10/30, 4:58pm

Curved face Android Wear smartwatch gets $5 price plan on T-Mobile

Samsung's Gear S will be going on sale in the United States at the start of next month, with AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon all carrying the Android Wear smartwatch. The carriers are also varying the way they host the standalone smartwatch on their network, with T-Mobile introducing a new plan specifically for wearable devices.

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FTC launches suit against AT&T for unlimited data plan throttling

10/28, 1:51pm

Mostly grandfathered plans hit by throttling, speeds cut to dial-up

The US Federal Trade Commission has launched a suit against AT&T for its admitted throttling of unlimited wireless data users. The FTC claims that AT&T has implemented the up to 90 percent slower data speeds on over 3.5 million customers a total of more than 25 million times since implementation on October 1, 2011.

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T-Mobile CEO details carrier relationships with Apple SIM

10/26, 3:50pm

Legere explains how each carrier approaches the use of the iPad SIM card

In light of the news that AT&T is locking down the Apple SIM card if used in its network, T-Mobile CEO comment on the complex relationship between carriers and the SIM. Legere issued a "tweetstorm" explaining how each of the four major carriers in the United States approaches the technology differently.

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AT&T locking Apple SIMs in new iPad models, buyers complain

10/24, 3:52pm

Sprint, T-Mobile leave devices open

The new Apple SIM in the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 is being locked to AT&T if data subscribers choose that carrier, according to complaints. The problem is confirmed by a new Apple support document, which says that when buyers "choose AT&T on iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3, AT&T dedicates Apple SIM to [that] network only."

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AT&T reveals third quarter earnings, falls short of estimates

10/22, 8:11pm

Carrier pulls $33 billion in revenue, added over 2 million mobile, broadband customers

AT&T's quarterly results fell short of industry projections when the company announced $32.9 billion in revenue for the third quarter of 2014. The resulting earnings per share (EPS) was $0.63, missing the projected $0.64 EPS on $33.25 billion in revenue. While the company may have missed projections, it announced that it picked up more than two million mobile and broadband customers.

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FCC freezes clock on merger reviews of Comcast/TWC, AT&T/DirecTV

10/22, 5:33pm

Confidential programming agreements requested in early October source of the delay

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has stopped its "180-day informal time clock" in the review of the merger proposals for Comcast and Time Warner Cable, as well as AT&T and DirectTV. The reason for the stoppage involves the modified joint protective orders that the FCC created at the beginning of October, which content companies are now using to bar outside sources from reading confidential programming agreements.

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Asus PadFone X mini heading to AT&T, GoPhone with Intel Atom processor

10/15, 10:27am

Combined smartphone, tablet dock package going on sale in US from October 24th

The Asus PadFone X mini is heading to the United States later this month, with AT&T set to be the exclusive carrier for the device. Effectively a smaller version of the PadFone X, the PadFone X mini uses a 4.5-inch IPS smartphone at its core, with the smartphone component able to be docked inside a larger seven-inch tablet section, increasing the screen size while reusing the phone's processor and other internals.

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AT&T launches Passport one-time purchase plans for travelers

10/13, 5:27pm

International plans come with data, tiered voice as alternative to monthly Global plans

AT&T has launched a new option for travelers wanting to take their smartphones, tablets, or laptops with them abroad. A new set of tiered, one-time charge packages called AT&T Passport can now be added to an existing account, allowing customers to use their devices in over 150 different countries. The plans are designed to work in addition to domestic plans, while offering fixed rates and small data caps for international travel.

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FCC sets media agreement, contract review protections in mergers

10/08, 7:22pm

Procedures created to protect public interest, alleviate media firm confidentiality concerns

In the review of the proposed mergers between Comcast and Time Warner Cable, or the proposed AT&T-DirecTV deal, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) believes that reviewing the contracts and agreements made by the merger applicants and media companies is important. Last month, the FCC requested that media firms turn over information about deals with Comcast, something that the provider and media companies fought back on. However, the FCC now has plans in place to address some of their concerns in both mergers.

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AT&T fined $105M by FTC over cramming, $80M offered as refunds

10/08, 4:09pm

FTC settlement involves providing refunds to customers affected by premium SMS subscriptions

AT&T has been hit with a $105 million fine for allowing "premium" SMS subscriptions and other charges to be applied to customer accounts, a practice known as "cramming." The carrier has settled with the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) over the charges, with the majority of the settlement devoted to paying back affected customers.

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Sprint, Verizon take on AT&T 'double data' promotion with own offers

10/01, 3:17pm

Verizon matches AT&T data promotion, Sprint increases data cap more

AT&T's recent promotional offer to double the data caps on its Mobile Share Value plans seems to have struck a nerve with other carriers. Both Verizon and Sprint have announced their own data-doubling promotions just a few days after AT&T -- and while Verizon appears to match AT&T's allowances and prices, Sprint has opted to go further, by redoubling the caps.

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AT&T doubles data caps on shared data plans until October 31

09/28, 2:55pm

Value plans now offer up to 100GB of data, only expire if changed after promotion

The never ending race for data cap superiority continues, AT&T has announced a limited-time offer that increases the data for its Mobile Share Value plans. Beginning today, AT&T is doubling the data included in the plans starting at the 15GB level. Where a 30GB plan was previously $225 a month, AT&T is now offering it for $130 until October 31.

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DirecTV shareholders vote overwhelmingly in favor of AT&T buyout

09/25, 2:16pm

DirecTV internal issues now resolved, all that remains is US Government approval

As part of the process towards a purchase by AT&T, DirecTV shareholders have voted nearly unanimously in favor of the acquisition. Votes representing 77 percent of all outstanding shares have been cast, with 99 percent of them in favor of proceeding with the merger. Discussion amongst US regulatory bodies is continuing, but the shareholder vote was potentially a major issue, now overcome.

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Samsung Gear S standalone smartwatch heading to US carriers this fall

09/24, 7:49am

AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon to carry 3G-enabled Gear S

Samsung has confirmed it will be releasing the Gear S smartwatch in the United States. Launched last month, the standalone smartwatch with a curved two-inch 360x480 Super AMOLED display will be heading to AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon sometime this fall, though the manufacturer has yet to confirm exactly when it will be available.

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AT&T targets cord-cutters with $40 basic TV, HBO, Amazon Prime bundle

09/23, 11:33am

Bundle combines HBO, HBO Go with local TV channels, Internet

AT&T is following Comcast's lead, in offering a basic service aimed at cord-cutters. The bundle combines a basic television service with Internet at a relatively low cost, and while it copies Comcast in providing HBO and HBO Go under the subscription, it also unusually adds in one year of free Amazon Prime deliveries and Prime Instant Video.

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Samsung Alpha launching September 26 in the US as AT&T exclusive

09/22, 3:40pm

Metal phone launching for $200 on contract, comes with 2.5GHz processor

AT&T and Samsung released a joint statement today, announcing that the metal Samsung Alpha would be making its way to the US carrier as an exclusive. The launch of the phone is coming on September 26, with AT&T selling with a two-year contract, as a part of the AT&T Next program and as a full-price purchase without commitment.

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Galaxy Note 4 pre-orders begin tomorrow, sales start October 17

09/18, 1:03pm

United Kingdom gains Note 4 one week earlier than United States

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is being made available for pre-order in the United States tomorrow, with shipments expected to start on October 17th, though AT&T plans to ship the smartphone earlier on October 14th. In the United Kingdom, pre-orders also begin tomorrow, though the stylus-equipped phablet will be on sale from October 10th.

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Nvidia Shield pre-orders begin in US, Europe for September 30 release

09/16, 11:34am

LTE Shield tablet certified for AT&T LTE network

Pre-orders for a version of the Shield gaming tablet with LTE have opened in the United States and Europe. Coming after the Wi-Fi model's release and set to ship on September 30th for both continents, the LTE version adds cellular connectivity, with the mobile device claimed to be certified for AT&T's LTE network, though the unlocked version will also work with a number of other carriers.

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AT&T adding Wi-Fi calling to network in 2015, claims executive

09/12, 2:15pm

AT&T to follow T-Mobile, Sprint in providing Wi-Fi calling capabilities

AT&T will be bringing Wi-Fi calling to its network, though customers will have to wait until 2015. The president and CEO of AT&T's Mobile and Business Solutions group Ralph de la Vega claimed that the technology will be made available to customers, but not until the carrier has worked to prevent calls from dropping on the service.

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'Record number' of overnight iPhone 6 preorders, Apple says

09/12, 1:27pm

Company declines to give specifics

Overnight preorders of the iPhone 6 achieved "record" numbers, an Apple spokesperson claims. The company is not, however, offering specific figures. A similar statement has been issued by AT&T spokesman Mark Siegel, who says that preorder demand is higher than any time in the past two years. Apple and all of the major US carriers are believed to have sold out of their initial preorder stock for the 5.5-inch 6 Plus, resulting in shipping times stretching out to 3-4 weeks.

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Pre-orders for iPhone 6 to begin at 12:01AM Pacific on Friday [u]

09/11, 1:38pm

Includes Apple, major carriers

[Updated with in-store pickup news] In the US, online preorders for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus will begin at 12:01AM Pacific time Friday morning. While Apple has yet to announce an exact hour, AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon all have, and traditionally Apple has opened up preorders at the same time. Other vendors, like T-Mobile, are referencing a broad September 12 window.

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AT&T reportedly objected to HTC-produced budget Amazon Fire Phone

09/11, 12:22pm

Lack of AT&T exclusivity of budget Fire Phone in US allegedly at issue

AT&T may have prevented Amazon from creating a second, lower-cost smartphone, according to a report. The retailer was apparently working with HTC on such a device, but the carrier was apparently unhappy with the terms of the partnership, wanting exclusivity of both devices in the United States, rather than just of the higher-specification Fire Phone.

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Briefly: Timex Ironman One GPS+ data plan news, Jabra Move headphones

09/08, 11:16pm

AT&T announces cost of second year of data plan for Timex Ironman One GPS+

AT&T has announced second-year data pricing for the Timex Ironman One GPS+ smartwatch. Originally announced in August, the Timex smartwatch offers stand-alone wireless connectivity without a phone, including fitness tracking, a "Find Me Mode" safety function, and more. After the initial year of included data service, AT&T smartwatch users will need to pay $40 for the second year of data and messaging. Pre-ordering for the Timex Ironman One GPS+ is available online for $400, with the product officially available this fall.

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AT&T complains about unfairness of municipal broadband to FCC

09/02, 4:22pm

Letter to FCC alleges that government owned networks hold undue power

Given the opportunity to petition against the expansion of municipal broadband expansion in Chattanooga, Tennessee and Wilson, North Carolina, AT&T has taken the opportunity to remind the government of its role in the state of Internet connectivity in the US. In its filing with the US Federal Communcations Commission, the telecom giant lays out its case against why local broadband, or "Government-Owned Networks" (GON), shouldn't be allowed.

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AT&T files patent suit against Cox over years of unlicensed patent use

08/30, 10:12am

Suit likely to span years, covers most all of Cox's in-home networking

After what AT&T calls "years of protracted negotiations," it has filed suit against Cox Communications, alleging that the cable company has violated seven patents covering general networking, digital video recorders (DVR), and packet loss mitigation. In a change from "normal" patent suits, AT&T is not seeking sales embargoes, but instead looks for a "compulsory ongoing royalty" for products that use the patents in question.

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Online Apple store now offering iPhone upgrades via AT&T Next

08/27, 12:07pm

Verizon, T-Mobile upgrade support only being piloted at retail

Apple's US online store is now offering iPhone shoppers the chance to purchase a device via an AT&T Next upgrade plan, instead of just choosing a two-year contract or going unlocked. Previously, people on a Next plan had to upgrade through AT&T itself. Apple's site provides a chart illustrating the differences between the 12- and 18-month Next plans and going with a regular contract.

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Amazon pushes the first major update over-the-air for Fire Phone

08/21, 5:15pm

Update brings FireOS version 3.5.1, improves battery and ability to create folders

Amazon announced that it is pushing out the first major update for the company's new smartphone, the Fire Phone. The update will be delivered over-the-air for early adopters on AT&T, bringing with it a number of improvements and changes that are said to give the phone better battery life, video sharing and make navigation easier. The update pushes FireOS to version 3.5.1.

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AT&T bringing gigabit Internet to Silicon Valley with Cupertino push

08/20, 2:14pm

Gigabit Internet will become available in Cupertino

AT&T has become the first major telecommunications provider to declare it will offer a gigabit Internet service in Silicon Valley in the future. The high-speed service will roll out in Cupertino, Apple's base of operations, though the company has not yet revealed when it will roll out the network in the area, when it will be available to customers, nor how much it will ultimately cost.

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AT&T preparing network for LTE Multicast service launch in 2015

08/14, 7:51pm

LTE-based broadcasting system due on AT&T next year

AT&T is expecting to start rolling out its LTE Broadcast system next year, an executive has revealed. Also called LTE Multicast, the system would allow AT&T the ability to broadcast one set of content, such as a TV channel or some other form of video content, to multiple subscribers simultaneously, a system which in theory could help AT&T efficiently conserve its network resources.

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AT&T offers $200 off 4G iPads with Next upgrades to iPhone 5s and 5c

08/13, 12:41pm

Carrier likely clearing out stock ahead of next-gen hardware

AT&T has begun a new promotion aimed at people on Next upgrade plans. If a subscriber buys an iPhone 5s or 5c, the carrier is offering $200 off a cellular-equipped iPad. That brings the price of a 16GB cellular Retina Mini down to $329, and an equivalent Air to $429. There are other stipulations as well however, namely that an iPad has to be activated under a two-year wireless agreement on a Mobile Share Value plan or a standalone data plan.

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Timex Ironman One GPS+ has own data connection, Mirasol display

08/06, 1:51pm

Smartwatch from Timex includes messaging, emergency texting

Watch manufacturer Timex is attempting to enter the smartwatch market, by collaborating with Qualcomm and AT&T. The Ironman One GPS+ aims to provide typical smartwatch and GPS running watch functions, though instead of relying on a Bluetooth connection with a smartphone for data, it will instead use its own cellular connection.

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