AT&T revived its unlimited data service plan, which will give the carrier's smartphone customers unlimited talking, texting and data for $100 per month for the first line and $40 per month for each additional line-- and the fourth line won't cost anything extra. However, the carrier said the offering is only available to customers of AT&T DirecTV or AT&T U-Verse TV.
AT&T's plan to capitalize on its acquisition of DirecTV through a mobile video service and other integrated offerings may be more challenging than it appears, according to Walter Piecyk of BTIG Research.
The year 2015 is coming to a close and FierceInstaller is taking a look back at the top five key trends that took place in this segment. While FierceInstaller is still a relatively young publication, service providers in the traditional telco, cable and wireless arenas all are evolving their installation processes. Installation trends came on a number of fronts-- services, operations, and regulatory.
After announcing rate increase for U-verse earlier in the week, AT&T has followed up with 2016 price bumps for its DirecTV satellite platform as well.
Lawyers representing the employees of Florida-based DirecTV (NYSE: T) installation contractor MasTec Inc. filed a brief with the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, arguing that waivers in employment...
Signaling a major legal win for DirecTV, or any other corporation operating in California, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that a class-action suit against the pay-TV operator can't move forward because the complaints must be settled in private arbitration.
The Federal Trade Commission has asked a Northern California federal court judge to deny DirecTV's bid for a partial summary judgement in a lawsuit over the satellite TV company's advertising.
The Better Business Bureau's National Advertising Division (NAD) has recommended that DirecTV change or ditch a TV ad starring model Hannah Davis and a talking horse.
DirecTV announced that it is shutting down its Spanish-language streaming platform, Yaveo, just a year after launching it.
AT&T plans to launch a mobile video service in January, the carrier's CEO, Randall Stephenson, told attendees at the UBS Global Media and Communications Conference. That lines up the wireless provider against Verizon, with its Go90 over-the-top service, and T-Mobile, which offers Binge On, a mobile OTT aggregation service.