AT&T continues to progress with its Project VIP initiative, announcing that it invested $675 million in its wireline and wireless networks in Nevada between 2011 and 2013 to enhance its residential U-verse and next-gen business services.
Hawaiian Telcom is the latest incumbent telco to jump on the higher broadband speed bandwagon with the debut of a new 500/50 Mbps tier.
AT&T U-verse broadband and TV users are being hit with a number of rate increases for their video and broadband tiers.
AT&T and Google Fiber soon won't be the only 1 Gbps fiber to the home (FTTH) game in Austin, Texas, as Grande Communications says it's going to offer its own fiber-based service.
AT&T's wireline story in Q4 2013 was led by U-verse, where revenues grew 27.9 percent year-over-year and were up 7.0 percent sequentially over Q3 2013 as subscribers topped the 10.7 million mark. During the quarter, the telco saw a continued uptick in both U-verse broadband and video subscribers.
AT&T U-verse Internet users were not able to access service yesterday due to an outage that affected a number of states where it offers the service, according to various reports.
AT&T is bringing its U-verse TV and broadband service to McAllen and Mission, Texas, as part of its ongoing Project Velocity IP (VIP) effort to enhance its IP-based wireline networks.
AT&T is giving its U-verse customers another way to engage with their video service outside of their home by adding support for Android smartphones and tablets, starting with a Poker Night TV app, reports FierceCable.
Acquiring AT&T's Connecticut landline operations and integrating them into Frontier's business won't necessarily be a piece of cake, but it will be easier than what confronted the carrier when it acquired assets from Verizon, Frontier CEO Maggie Wilderotter said.
AT&T officially launched its U-verse with GigaPower 1 Gbps fiber to the home service in Austin, but customers who want the $70 a month option must agree to have their Internet searches tracked.