An AT&T logo is displayed on an AT&T truck July 25, 2006 in Park Ridge, Illinois. AT&T announced July 25 that its profits climbed 81 percent with the growth in wireless communications and broadband se

AT&T's Offers International Day Pass at $10 Per Day For International Roaming

AT&T is take steps beyond the old days of roaming data charges by offering an international pass for $10 a day.
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AT&T Issues Software Program Updates For LG G4, V10

LG G4 and LG V10 Comes with November Security Patches with general bug fixes and performance improvements.

Shocking Percentage of Latinos Admit to Doing These Outrageous Things Behind the Wheel

A new study found that Latinos are especially bad about distracted driving.
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3 Major US Companies Finalize Business Deals with Cuba as Obama's Visit Looms

Three major U.S. companies are finalizing business deals with Cuba as President Barack Obama’s visit to the country approaches. These are AT&T, Starwood and Marriott.

Univision Agrees to Unblock Channels on AT&T's U-Verse

After a short, intense battle, Univision agreed to temporarily unblock its channels on AT&T's TV service just in time for Wednesday night's Democratic presidential debate.
Real Estate Prices In Brazil Drop For First Time Since 2008

Here's Why You Should Start Investing in Latin America Now

There's an emerging real estate market and tech boom in the region with two big investors funding the ventures.

Telefonica Could Buy AT&T's Pay TV Assets in Latin America

AT&T has not decided if it wants to deal the assets

AT&T Brings Back Unlimited Data to TV Customers Only

Customers who have DirecTV or U-Verse can get unlimited data.
AT&T Reports 81 Percent Rise In Q2 Profit

CES 2016: AT&T Creates Voice Assistant for Connected Home

AT&T is working on their own voice assistant that would be similar to Apple's Siri. The voice assistant would come as a mobile application and would allow users to control various aspects of their home as well as ask questions.
AT&T Reports 81 Percent Rise In Q2 Profit

AT&T Ends 2-Year Contracts in January

AT&T is preparing to end its two-year contracts at the start of 2016.

Google Fiber vs. AT&T GigaPower: AT&T Likely to Win Gigabit Race, Thanks to Google

Gigabit broadband is spreading across the country at an accelerating pace, as this week AT&T and Google both announced plans for expansion. But AT&T is now pulling ahead in the national fiber rollout race -- thanks, in part, to Google.

With AT&T and Verizon's Latest Moves, the Unlocked, Unsubsidized Future is Happening Now

A major shift is happening in the wireless industry. Expect changes to the plans on offer, a protracted price war, and the iPhone to no longer "cost" only $200.

AT&T Attempting to Cross Borders by Renting Towers in Mexico from America Movil Spinoff

Having to now square off against a former ally, AT&T is reportedly hammering out a deal to rent wireless towers in Mexico from American Movil spin-off company Telesites.

AT&T's Latin American Expansion: Company Looks to Join Brazil Spectrum Auction Via DirecTV and Sky Brazil

Key AT&T executives will visit Brazil next week as the company expands its Latin American foothold and looks to participate in the country's spectrum auction at the end of the year.

T-Mobile, Sprint, and Dish Network Team Up Against Verizon and AT&T

Sprint and T-Mobile might not be merging, but the two companies are still putting up a united front against Verizon and AT&T alongside Dish Network by urging the FCC to reserve some spectrum for the little guys.
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FCC's Tom Wheeler Confident Net Neutrality Rules Will Defeat Court Challenges

Tom Wheeler, Chairman of the FCC, expressed confidence late in the week after the first lawsuit against the agency's new, stronger Net Neutrality-mirroring Open Internet policy was filed.
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