Tag Archives: AT&T

HTC Amaze 4G Confirmed To Have AT&T “4G” Bands On Board?

There has been no shortage of rumors that the HTC Amaze 4G would end up with AT&T bands given the confusion seen amongst the HTC website and the Amaze 4G box. Now thanks to some XDA users, we’ve confirmed that the AT&T bands are present and accounted for inside the device. One XDA forum member took an unlocked Amaze 4G, stuck an AT&T sim card in and set up the proper APN … [read full article]

AT&T Extends Timeframe To Close T-Mobile Deal Till Middle Of 2012

AT&T has decided the timeframe to close the T-Mobile deal will take a bit longer to close than originally expected as it continues an antitrust fight. AT&T announced the deal back on March 20th of this year and hoped to complete the deal in 12 months time. Given that the deal is still under review by the FCC and with a trial date set for February 13th in the Department of … [read full article]

AT&T, C Spire And Sprint Spar Again In Court

In a one-two story regarding the AT&T/T-Mobile takeover today, the first big happening was the Judge in the AT&T, Department of Justice lawsuit ruling that both Sprint and C Spire Wireless can continue to pursue their antitrust lawsuit against AT&T’s proposed takeover of T-Mobile. AT&T and T-Mobile had hoped to see the lawsuit dismissed but U.S. District Judge Ellen Huvelle agreed to allow both companies to pursue their injury claims regarding … [read full article]

MetroPCS Looking To Pick Up Divested AT&T Assets From T-Mobile Deal?

There goes the neighborhood as MetroPCS is now the rumored frontrunner to absorb wireless spectrum, assets and subscribers from AT&T and T-Mobile as the two companies work to complete their acquisition. Though the size of any deal is far from definitive, it’s likely to include subscribers and spectrum and be valued at less than $4 billion. AT&T has already approached both Leap Wireless and Dish Network but MetroPCS, with more than $2 … [read full article]

AT&T Responds To FCC Concerns Over Jobs, Says “Thousands Will Be Created”

Following Thursday’s letter to AT&T from the FCC asking AT&T for more information regarding the creation of jobs in the United States following a T-Mobile takeover, AT&T has responded in kind. AT&T replied and stated that it “is aware that the Commission has requested addition information about the job related effects of the transaction,” and that AT&T “…intends to respond fully to that request.” AT&T has long said one of the … [read full article]

FCC Asks AT&T How T-Mobile Deal Will Add More Jobs

The Federal Communications Commission has formally requested, via letter that AT&T supply the FCC with more information regarding it’s proposed takeover of T-Mobile. Specifically, the FCC wants to see all the data AT&T has over the last 5 years regarding its workforce and job creation. The FCC has informed AT&T that previously requested information and responses sent by AT&T were incomplete causing the FCC to once again request official data. The FCC … [read full article]

T-Mobile To Lose 1.2 Million Postpaid Customers In 2011?

Oh those silly analysts are back in action with a Bloomberg report discussing the possibility that T-Mobile could lose as many as 1.2 million postpaid customer contracts during 2011. That number is  over three times higher than the 390,000 subscribers T-Mobile lost in 2010. Amidst AT&T’s takeover battle with the Justice Department, T-Mobile would end the year with 33.5 million total customers with 25.2 million of them on contract. Sanford C Bernstein … [read full article]

Deutsche Telekom Says “Plan B” Available Should AT&T Deal Fall Through

Deutsche Telekom Chief Technology Officer Olivier Baujard speaking at the Broadboand World Forum Conference in Paris Wednesday reiterated his company’s position of faith that the AT&T deal will go through. Deutsche Telekom is already preparing how to spend the influx of cash received from the AT&T deal in order to bolster their German business as well grow in emerging European markets. Taking his talk a step further Baujard said that as any company … [read full article]

AT&T Files Motions To Dimiss Sprint, C Spire Lawsuits, Puerto Rico Backs Department Of Justice

AT&T is up to its old tricks as it has asked a federal judge to throw out the lawsuit Cellular South has filed in order to block the proposed takeover of AT&T. AT&T argues that Cellular South’s concerns are more about blocking competition and pursuing their own interests than acting in good faith for their customers. AT&T is making the very same argument with regards to Sprint’s lawsuit attempting to block … [read full article]