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AT&T raises usage allowance on U-verse, GigaPower fiber broadband

AT&T has taken another step to sate the appetite of its broadband customers by once again increasing the monthly usage allowances for its U-verse and GigaPower broadband plans.

AT&T adds just 74K broadband subscribers in Q2, but expects year-end bounce back

AT&T may be one of the largest telco broadband players, but in the second quarter the service provider saw total broadband subscriber additions drop significantly-- a factor it says is related to seasonality.

AT&T lights 1.6M FTTH customers with services, says it's on track to meet FCC commitments

AT&T is making steady progress in rolling out its GigaPower FTTH service to more customers with its wireline region as it looks to stave off competition from cable operators like Comcast and upstart provider Google Fiber.

With 2M unlimited data customers in wireless, AT&T to bring unlimited to wired U-verse service

AT&T will soon begin offering unlimited broadband data services to its wired U-verse Internet customers, an offering that does not have any caps on usage. As FierceTelecom Editor Sean Buckley notes, the offering is an effort by AT&T to keep wired Internet customers from fleeing to cable operators like Comcast.

AT&T to offer unlimited U-verse data usage option, increases caps on other tiers

AT&T will soon introduce an unlimited data option for U-verse Internet customers, playing into the consumer desire to have an all-you-can-eat broadband experience free of restrictive usage caps.

AT&T, Verizon, other top telcos lose 185K broadband subs in 2015 as cable surges ahead

AT&T, Verizon, CenturyLink and other top telcos lost about 185,000 subscribers in 2015-- the first year where telcos saw net broadband subscriber losses – while cable took a comfortable lead with 3.3 million new broadband customers.

AT&T U-verse wind-down goes into overdrive, as vendors feel the pain

The imminent demise of AT&T's U-verse platform became even more apparent last week with several revealing developments.

AT&T's U-verse to DirecTV migration drives Arris' Q4 revenue decline

As AT&T looks to migrate its existing and emerging video base off its IP-based U-verse platform onto DirecTV, it is having a direct impact on suppliers like Arris, which reported that its fourth quarter 2015 revenue declined 12.7 percent to $1.1 billion.

AT&T's strategic business revenues jump to $2.8B, but market softness has an impact

AT&T is seeing more of its business customers migrate from TDM-based services to IP-based Ethernet and VPN, but the service provider continues to see softness in certain market segments like the oil and gas industry, which impacted its overall revenues.

AT&T resurrects unlimited data offering at $100/month, but only for its DirecTV subscribers

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.