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AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Join Forces to Take Messaging to the Next Level

iPhone users have long-enjoyed iMessage, an iOS-only alternative to SMS that has far more features than basic messaging. WhatsApp offers a similar approach, adding features and abilities in a cross-platform app. Today the four major wireless carriers announced the Cross-Carrier Messaging Initiative (CCMI), aimed at delivering iMessage or WhatsApp-like messaging to customers and businesses alike. …

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AT&T hits online TV customers with second big price increase this year

AT&T is rolling out another batch of price increases for AT&T TV Now, the online streaming service formerly known as DirecTV Now. The AT&T TV Now “Plus” package that contains 45 channels and costs $50 a month will rise to $65, AT&T told Ars. Customers on some other plans will get a $10 increase, AT&T …

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AT&T charged customers for a corporate tax that it doesn’t have to pay

Enlarge / An AT&T store in Chicago. AT&T charged customers in Portland, Oregon for a corporate tax that AT&T doesn’t actually have to pay. AT&T has agreed to provide refunds to customers who were wrongly charged the tax over the past few months, but it’s facing a lawsuit that seeks additional payments of at least …

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AT&T raises prices 7% by making its customers pay AT&T’s property taxes

Getty Images | Aurich Telecom companies like AT&T love creating new fees to tack on customer bills, and they really love raising those fees after customers sign contracts that are supposed to lock in a consistent price. It’s a win-win for the company, but not the customer: AT&T gets to advertise a lower price than …

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Appeal Court Rules on Net Neutrality: Both Sides Declare Victory

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit has ruled on the controversial net neutrality rollbacks passed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). In 2018 the FCC moved to deregulate the broadband and telecommunications industries, setting off a battle that has repercussions for the very core of the Internet. At the heart of the …

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AT&T considers getting rid of DirecTV as TV business tanks, WSJ reports

Enlarge / An AT&T store in Chicago. AT&T is considering whether to “part ways” with DirecTV, just four years after buying the satellite company, the Wall Street Journal reported today. The Journal report doesn’t use the word “sale” to describe what AT&T is considering, but the end result could be AT&T no longer owning DirecTV. …

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