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  • AT&T, DirecTV Customer-Satisfaction Ratings Fall But Comcast and TW Cable Fare Far Worse

    America's pay-TV subscribers have grown unhappier over the past year with their providers, as their bills continue to climb. And with two megadeals in play -- AT&T's bid for DirecTV, and Comcast's takeover of Time Warner Cable -- customer satisfaction...
  • Is there such a thing as a 'pro-consumer' merger?

    The proposed merger of AT&T and DirecTV, along with the Comcast-Time Warner Cable combination in the works, will enable two very large companies to become even bigger. ("AT&T-DirecTV deal to further transform media and telecom landscape," May 18) The...
  • AT&T Will Retain U-verse TV, Won't Force Customers to Switch to DirecTV

    AT&T will not force U-verse TV customers to take DirecTV service, if the telco's $67 billion deal for the satcaster goes through, CFO John Stephens said. "Customers will have their choice," said Stephens, speaking at the J.P. Morgan Technology, Media and...
  • T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon rolling out VoLTE: What is it?

    T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon rolling out VoLTE: What is it?
    T-Mobile, AT&T and Verizon have separately announced the launch of VoLTE, the latest in wireless networks. But what exactly is it and how will it affect consumers? Here's a quick guide: VoLTE stands for Voice-over-LTE, and essentially, it is a...
  • A cacophony of woe over indecipherable AT&T bill

    A cacophony of woe over indecipherable AT&T bill
    In "The Sound of Music," Charmian Carr played the eldest Von Trapp daughter, Liesl, the one who sings "Sixteen Going on Seventeen." Carr is now 71 and she's going on about AT&T. "I just don't understand their billing," she told me, exasperated....
  • AT&T continues T-Mobile spat, offers new, existing users $100 credit

    AT&T continues T-Mobile spat, offers new, existing users $100 credit
    AT&T is continuing its fight with T-Mobile by offering new and existing users $100 credit for every new line they add to their service. The Texas-based carrier announced the promotion Wednesday, saying it is a way to reward existing users and entice new...
  • AT&T in Advanced Talks to Buy DirecTV for About $50 Billion: Reports

    AT&T is in advanced talks to acquire satellite TV leader DirecTV in a deal worth $50 billion, according to published reports. The telco hopes to clinch a deal to buy DirecTV -- which has about 20 million U.S. subscribers -- within two weeks, according to...
  • LCF considers the need for high-speed Internet

    City Council members are grappling to find a balance between bringing needed technological infrastructure into La Caņada and maintaining safe and attractive thoroughfares. The issue came to light Monday when the council considered two appeals over the...
  • Senior Travel: The latest buying gimmick: 'Google Wallet'

    Senior Travel: The latest buying gimmick: 'Google Wallet'
    "Mobile payment" is finally hitting primetime, and Google Wallet is the first "digital wallet" entry. Opportunities to use it for now are extremely limited, but some very big players are betting heavily on the concept. And although conventional plastic...
  • Al Jazeera America sues AT&T over distribution dispute

    Al Jazeera America has been on less than one day and it already has made an enemy. The new cable news channel, which launched Tuesday afternoon, filed a lawsuit against AT&T for not carrying the network on its U-verse pay-TV system. Al Jazeera America...
  • Ding dong, AT&T calling: Coping with door-to-door salespeople

    Shirley gets her phone service from AT&T. The company's telemarketers badger her frequently to bundle in Internet and video service. That's annoying enough. But what's really driving Shirley nuts is that AT&T has been sending salespeople to her home...