AT&T Inc. is starting its home monitoring and security service today in 15 cities, one of the biggest attempts yet by the largest U.S. telephone company to find growth outside its slowing wireless and landline business.
AT&T Inc., the largest U.S. phone company, will expand into the European market through mobile licenses for its home-watchdog products as the company looks for new growth outside of its wireless service.
AT&T Inc., the second-largest U.S. wireless carrier, said it is in talks to start selling Nokia Oyj’s Windows Phone smartphones next year, a boon for the handset maker as it seeks to increase sales in the country.
AT&T Inc., under pressure from regulators over its bid for T-Mobile USA, may be willing to shed up to half of the smaller company’s customers to close the deal and gain control of assets including wireless spectrum, analysts said.
AT&T Inc. sees “challenges” for Microsoft Corp.’s Windows Phone in its attempt to pull market share from Apple Inc. and Google Inc. Android smartphones, Glenn Lurie, the company’s head of emerging devices, said.
AT&T Inc. , the second-largest U.S. wireless carrier, will begin selling Amazon.com Inc. ’s Kindle electronic reader in its 2,200 stores next month, aiming to boost revenue by luring more users to its network.