4 thoughts on “Will AT&T Buy DirecTV?”

  1. Why would AT&T buy a competitor for U-Verse? Seems like they’ve already bet on a future of semi-symmetrical downstream/upstream data.

    1. They would buy DirecTV as a compliment to U-Verse. U-Verse will not make it into AT&T’s entire footprint. DirecTV can be sold and used anywhere. So in areas where U-Verse is available AT&T would not offer DirecTV.

  2. Okay, here is the deal, real world, At&T is going to buy DirectV,

    Why? Because the telecomms are going to take over the airwaves with LTE, for those who know not, LTE is the acronym for Long Term En. LTE is a 100 Mbit wireless network that is very very capable of the quad play. They will buy DirectV just for the content. They will then move all of the communications to the wireless network, set up LTE in every market, and drive the cable companies to near bankruptcy with low prices. After this is accomplished, they will then buy out the cable companies or force them into becoming a third tier carrier and rape them for their fiber backbone, just so they can keep their doors open.

    You ask, how does he know this? Because I have a brain in my frickin head, look what Echostar is doing with Century Tel, They are positioning them selves for a merger there, why you ask? to accomplish the same thing AT&T is with DirectV. End Game the Telecomm wars start again, but this time they have a hell of a lot more money and stroke, lets see how the government handles this! When between the two companies they hold 60% of the TV services and 55% of the telephone and internet service. Can you say Monopoly? Come on people wake up! Big Business Rules The Game, Haven’t you learned that yet? If they can get a Black Man In The WHITE house, they can do anything. But I guess we can see how that back fired too. LOOLOLOOLOLOOLOLOLOLOOL

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