AT&T Inc will invest about $10 billion in its global business solutions division, as it seeks to boost the unit that offers services such as wireless connectivity, cloud storage and security to companies, the wireless provider said on Sunday
Spanish telecommunications company Telefonica SA has expressed interest in buying AT&T Inc's pay TV assets in Latin America, which could be valued at around $10 billion, according to people familiar with the matter.
AT&T agreed to pay $1.7 billion to acquire Mexico's third-largest wireless operator, Iusacell, as it seeks to grab a slice of a market with lower cellular penetration than the US and faster potential growth.
AT&T plans to pay $48.5 billion to buy DirecTV, in the latest sign that the wireless industry and the US television market are set to converge as customers consume more video on their mobile devices.
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US-based telecom operator AT&T and Sabre, a global travel technology company, are set to jointly explore solutions for a more personalised and stress-free trip experience for travellers.
The two companies are developing and te
Shares in Vodafone Group rose after a media report that US mobile operator AT&T was exploring strategies for a potential takeover of the British telecoms firm.
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AT&T Inc is exploring options such as a sale of its wireless broadcast towers but noted that its ability to reach a deal would depend on the terms it is able to reach with the buyer for its ongoing use of the towers.
US-based telecom operator AT&T has extended its network connectivity solutions to the Swift community, a provider of secure financial messaging services, in the Middle East.
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New cable network Al Jazeera America introduced itself to viewers on Tuesday with reports on political strife in Egypt and the impact of climate change on US cities, shortly after a major pay TV distributor declined to carry the channel.
The US National Security Agency is collecting telephone records of millions of Verizon Communications customers, according to a secret court order obtained and published by the Guardian newspaper's website.
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