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AT&T 5G is coming to three Air Force bases

AT&T 5G is coming to three more Air Force bases. Angela Lang/CNET AT&T is bringing its 5G network to three more US Air Force bases, the company announced Wednesday. The…

AT&T Already Working on 6G, Says 5G iPhones Might Not Be ‘Massive Event’ Due to Economic Uncertainty

Apple’s upcoming launch of 5G iPhones might not be a “massive event” due to economic uncertainty amid the global health crisis, AT&T Communications CEO Jeff McElfresh said in a paywalled…

T-Mobile amassed “unprecedented concentration of spectrum,” AT&T complains

Enlarge / A pigeon rests on a T-Mobile logo outside a mobile phone store, operated by Deutsche Telekom AG, in Munich, Germany, on Monday, Feb. 6, 2017. AT&T and Verizon…

AT&T vs Verizon: Which carrier is right for you?

Everyone loves a good rivalry — just look at Coke vs Pepsi or PlayStation vs Xbox. If you’re looking for your next mobile carrier, there’s one rivalry that stands above…

U.S. Senator Blumenthal demands AT&T drop push for ad-subsidized cellphone plans

By Kenneth Li (Reuters) – U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal on Friday called on AT&T Inc <T.N> to stop pursuing plans to offer cellphone plans partially subsidized by advertising that he…

AT&T wants to put ads on your smartphone in exchange for $5 discount

Enlarge / An AT&T sign outside a company office in New York City. AT&T CEO John Stankey said the company may offer cellphone plans subsidized by advertising, giving customers monthly…

Conversations On Diversity #3: Corey Anthony Of AT&T

In the third conversation in this series, Corey Anthony shares his thoughts on diversity work in the … [+] current moment. Getty Images Corey Anthony is the Chief Diversity Officer…

AT&T could offer ad-subsidized phone plans starting next year

AT&T is looking into the possibility of offering cellphone plans subsidized in part by advertisements, company CEO John Stankey told Reuters in an interview. Subscribers will still have to pay…

Mississippi Investigates AT&T $300 Million Plan To Expand Rural Broadband

Topline As states across the country scramble to get reliable internet service to low-income and rural areas during the pandemic, the state of Mississippi has subpoenaed telecommunications giant AT&T, seeking…