AT&T beats out T-Mobile in August's wireless TV advertising spending rush

AT&T (NYSE: T) has taken over the wireless TV advertising spending crown from T-Mobile (NYSE:TMUS) in August, says a new FierceWireless report -- AT&T leads wireless TV ad spending in August. FierceWireless is providing a monthly look at the wireless industry's advertising spending in partnership with TV advertising provider iSpot.tv.

According to iSpot.tv, wireless operators spent about $190.2 million on TV advertising, with AT&T leading the charge with nearly 30 percent of the total.

Take a look at FierceWireless' new report AT&T leads wireless TV ad spending in August

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