3 thoughts on “New AT&T, juiced by broadband”

  1. Interesting. I don’t know anybody with a landline phone in their home anymore, so I’m not surprised to see numbers decline for carriers in this area. I suspect it’ll only continue to do so as telecom pushes for land/wireless lines to work universally.

  2. Don’t overlook the fact that the new at&t has drastically cut the benefits that the old AT&T provided to retirees.

  3. You missed the throw-away comment during their call that they now have 2.5 million UMTS/HSPA users. That’s a big increase on all previous guidance and actually puts them amongst the Top 10 UMTS operators globally.

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