Telecommunications giant AT&T is proposing a
— At the moment, nothing. The deal is subject to government approval in both the U.S. and
WHAT CAN AT&T and DIRECTV CUSTOMERS EXPECT?
— Customers of both companies will likely see more offers bundling
— Within a few years, AT&T says, consumers can expect to get more
— Customers who only want broadband Internet service and get video through services like
— Within four years, AT&T would provide high-speed broadband to more than 15 million customers, mostly in rural areas. Customers will be able to buy broadband as a stand-along option or as part of a bundle with other AT&T services. With that expansion, AT&T says its broadband network would reach a total of 70 million customers.
— AT&T says it will remain committed, for at least three years, to federal open internet protections established in 2010 despite recent court action striking down the so-called "net neutrality" provisions.
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