Jeff Weber, president of content and ad sales at AT&T, recently told investors that its U-verse division doesn't want to pay for sports content that its subscribers don't care about.
Frontier Communications on Monday introduced a $20 per month DSL service offer for its residential and business customers in the regions it serves.
AT&T's ( NYSE: T ) recent launch of its Digital Life home control and monitoring service illustrates the telco's need to generate new wireline and wireless revenue streams. As noted by
In France, it's clear that consumers love their broadband connection, with the country's regulator Arcep reporting that over 340,000 users signed up for service in Q3 2011, reaching a total of 22.4
In the third installment of this week's spotlight on broadband subscribers , FierceCable editor Steve Donohue talks about how cable operators are making up for ongoing video subscriber losses by
When CenturyLink ( NYSE: CTL ) completed its acquisition of Qwest this past April , one of the glaring shortcomings that emerged in its Q2 2011 earnings report was a drop in broadband subscribers.
At a time when traditional telcos' voice service revenue continues to decline every quarter, it's not surprising to see them banking on broadband as their new growth engine. And their bet is not all
While traditional telcos have been making progress in fighting back landline voice loss with the introduction of new IPTV services, cable appears to be taking the lead. As pointed out in
While the U.S. economy may be taking yet another nosedive, the one thing that Leichtman Research Group's (LRG) new broadband report revealed is that consumers aren't giving up their broadband
FairPoint Communications ( Nasdaq: FRP ) may have taken another hit in revenues due to the inevitable decline in voice lines, but those losses were accompanied with broadband and wireless backhaul