AT&T

Last week, AT&T announced the launch of its high-speed GigaPower network in Carrboro, Cary, Chapel Hill, Raleigh and Winston-Salem NC.
AT&T's pause in building GigaPower fiber to the home doesn't apply to its current goals, but the company may stop there if the administration declares the Internet a regulated utility.
The long-planned auction of six blocks of publicly owned airwaves has so far reached total bidding of $34 billion -- vastly exceeded expectations.
The dominant broadband providers account for 86.6 million subscribers ? the top cable companies with over 51.2 million, and the top telephone companies with over 35 million.
When President Obama called for reclassification of broadband as a Title II service, AT&T said it would delay building out its GigaPower U-verse service.
Frontier Communications completed acquisition of AT&T operations in Connecticut, and announced it's moving its 1 Gbps service into Durham, North Carolina.
Last week, AT&T announced that it was expanding its all-fiber network to two major metropolitan areas: Atlanta and Chicago.
In reply comments filed yesterday at the FCC, the Communications Workers of America (CWA) urged the Commission to move forward expeditiously to approve the merger.
This month, the Connecticut Public Utilities Regulatory Authority approved the Frontier Communications' $2 billion purchase of AT&T?s Connecticut wireline operations -- with conditions.
AT&T beat its 2014 deadline, bringing 1 Gbps U-Verse with GigaPower to Austin, Texas and surrounding communities.