Tag: at&t

AT&T Churn Rate Insanely Low

Gary Kim does a great job explaining in an articlethat Customers will put up with a a lot of imperfection
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FCC on Cable Competition

Greg’s update on the FCC and cable competition is certainly worth a read. This FCC ruling is good news is
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AT&T on VoIP

What is AT&T’s take on VoIP? Well nowadays they embrace it wholeheartedly. In fact they see VoIP as an integral
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Verizon Shares Falling

Why are Verizon shares falling? Well it seems the massive costs of its FIOS initiative has investors wondering if the
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AT&T/BellSouth FCC Vote to Take Place

The AT&T/BellSouth merger has been deliberated by the FCC for quite some time. On October 13 of this year reports
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FCC Delays the AT&T/BellSouth Merger Again

The FCC commissioners remain deadlocked on the AT&T/BellSouth merger and although it is widely believed the merger will happen, it
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Cable Companies Vulnerable?

There are some very smart people in the telecom business who are betting on the cable companies as the winners
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I Still Think Vonage is Innovating

Even though not everyone agrees, I believe Vonage is still innovating. OK weather and traffic aren’t the most interesting applications
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FCC: AT&T Now Guards the Cheese

Many people think one of the best things the FCC ever did was to put someone associated with COMPTEL on
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AT&T Dismisses VoIP

I meet lots of companies that tell me they are in stealth mode. Generally speaking companies who believe they should
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