AT&T carrier recently declared that it will be spending an estimated $14 billion in the next three years or more for wireless and wired networks. The investment will also look forward to the further growth of 4G LTE service, which will be made available to 300 million people by 2014 end.
The Federal Communications Commission has announced that AT&T has agreed to pay $700,000 to the federal government. The amount will be given to resolve the complaints of consumers of the telecommunications company.
Need of communication in emergency times is well understood by AT&T and T-Mobile. Both the mobile companies have been joining hands to provide communication facilities to those, who have been hit by hurricane Sandy.
Nokia has hastily priced its Lumia 920 for its upcoming exclusive launch in US on AT&T. As per the listing of Best Buy, the company will be introducing the 32GB 4G smartphone at a price of $149.99, apart from that it has included a new, two year deal with AT&T. However, its inactivated and unsubsidized cost has been found to be $599.99.
As per reports, it has been revealed that AT&T Inc, which is an American multinational telecommunications corporation, has been making all the possible efforts to make sure that its 4G LTE rollout turns out to be a great hit.
AT&T on Wednesday claimed it would not be breaching so-called net neutrality rules by limiting the iPhone's FaceTime video calling on cellular networks to users with new, shared data plans. The second largest mobile carrier in US will make the video-chat service available on its cellular network for those with generally more expensive, shared data plans, which the company unveiled last month.