The Daily Beast certainly thinks so. According to a report published on the news website just this week, the second biggest wireless carrier in the United States has an initiative called Project Hemisphere that apparently does surveillance of the warrantless kind, and AT&T is earning millions out of taxpayers’ money in the process.
AT&T has recently announced that the pricing for its DirecTV Now online video service is now at only $35 per month. A little more than a month ago, we reported that DirecTV Now will be debuting before the start of 2017, and many industry watchers fully expect the service to launch by November. The $35 a month pricing will cover the cost of the video streaming, as well as the 100 channels of programming.
AT&T confirmed over the weekend that it will be acquiring Time Warner for a sum of $85.4 billion, which makes it one of the most expensive acquisitions in history. The merger will be done via a half stock, half cash deal, and both companies are expecting the acquisition to be finalized by the end of next year.
It appears so, according to a report published by Bloomberg just this week. Officials from AT&T and Time Warner have reportedly been involved in discussions over the past few weeks regarding a potential blockbuster merger between the wireless giant and the media powerhouse.
AT&T is planning to debut a repair service for its subscribers, specifically those mobile users in possession of insured handsets that have sustained cracked display screens. The repair service will start to go live on November 15th of this year, and will be made available to subscribers under the wireless carrier’s Mobile Insurance, Mobile Protection Pack, Mobile Protection Pack for Business, and Multi-Device Protection Pack programs.
Keeping true to its promise to bring super high speed broadband service to even more homes and business establishments, AT&T has revealed its plans of bringing its newly branded AT&T Fiber service to 11 more cities across the United States.
The second biggest wireless carrier in America will be paying an amount of $450,000 to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in order to settle an inquiry made by the US government agency regarding charges that AT&T had set up fixed wireless stations without getting the proper authorization or filing the needed license modification notices.
As revealed by Randall Stephenson, the chief executive officer of AT&T, the major US wireless carrier is planning to officially launch DirecTV Now, its online video streaming service, some time in the last quarter of 2016. He also took the opportunity to hint that the feature will come with over a hundred premium channels and aggressive price points.
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