Motley Fool  5 hrs ago  Comment 
Can Verizon catch up with AT&T in the connected car market?
Forbes  Jan 23  Comment 
In November 2014 Ivy Exec  was selected by EY as a 2014 Winning Women Winner, and I was invited to attend EY’s Strategic Growth Forum, which is best known for its Annual  Entrepreneur of the Year gala.
TheStreet.com  Jan 23  Comment 
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Verizon doesn't care what some of the other carriers are doing to attract customers. A Verizon official says the company has no plans to offer its customers the ability to bank unused data limits like rivals T-Mobile ...
Forbes  Jan 23  Comment 
Analysts have become increasingly bearish on AT&T in the month leading up to the company's fourth-quarter earnings announcement scheduled for Tuesday, January 27, 2015. The consensus analyst estimate has moved from 57 cents a share to the current...
CNNMoney.com  Jan 23  Comment 
AT&T alerts don't look legitimate enough. It's too easy to make fake AT&T alerts to scam you.
Motley Fool  Jan 23  Comment 
Three Motley Fool analysts tell investors which companies they believe are the most shareholder friendly.
Jutia Group  Jan 23  Comment 
[PR Newswire] - ATLANTA, Jan. 23, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Nearly 100,000 former Alltel wireless customers in Georgia1 are seeing a change as AT&T2 launches service for them. AT&T acquired Alltel's wireless operations in September 2013. Since then,...
Jutia Group  Jan 22  Comment 
[at TheStreet] - AT&T (T) is falling Thursday following Verizon's (VZ) fourth quarter results which show the impact of the ongoing industry price war. Read more on this. AT&T, Inc. (T), valued at $175.32B, started the session at $33.84.   ...
TheStreet.com  Jan 22  Comment 
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Shares of AT&T were falling 1.6% to $33.47 Thursday following rival telecom Verizon's fourth quarter results that show the impact of the ongoing industry price war. Verizon added 2 million postpaid wireless...


AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) is a U.S. telecommunications services provider, and the second largest U.S. wireless carrier in the United States. AT&T provides telephone, Internet, and computer telephone services to over 95 million customers in 22 states in the U.S. AT&T operates across four segments: Wireless, Wireline, Advertising Solutions, and Other. In fiscal year 2010, AT&T recorded revenues of $124.3 billion and net income of $19.8 billion. AT&T continues to invest heavily to improve high-speed internet and video offerings as consumer demand for these services continues to rise. AT&T's increased investments is evident in its $4.4 billion initiative to build a fiber-optic network to offer IP-based video, broadband Internet, and VoIP services over a single line.


AT&T competes primarily with other telecommunications services companies, including Verizon Wireless, Sprint Nextel, Leap Wireless, and MetroPCS.

  • Leap Wireless: Leap is a niche player in the telecommunications space, offering pre-paid, unlimited wireless plans, so it does not compete directly with AT&T Wireless. The company targets youth and minority markets, and its payment structure means customers avoid credit checks and contracts.

and then the fox jumped over the bush.

  • Sprint Nextel: Through its Sprint, Nextel, Boost Mobile, Virgin Mobile and Assurance Wireless sub-brands, Sprint Nextel competes across both wireless and wireline with AT&T. Although in recent years Spring has been hemorrhaging customers, it has invested heavily to launch the first 4G network and retain customers, and has shifted away from the post-paid segment where AT&T and Verizon Wireless dominate to focus on the pre-paid subscriber niche.
  • MetroPCS: Similar to Leap Wireless, MetroPCS focuses on the youth and minority pre-paid segment demographic, lacking the scale of AT&T, Verizon Communications, and Sprint Nextel. It has not needed to rely on massive capital expenditures as its geographic focus is the densely-populated urban market; this has helped the company achieve high margins relative to its competitors.

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