Three years ago, AT&T argued that media and content should be combined with distribution. Today, AT&T is reversing course to focus on its core 5G and fiber business.
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T-Mobile CEO Michael Sievert is gunning to poach business and enterprise customers with unlimited data plans.
The partnership will initially focus on health care, energy and aviation use cases.
The results from AT&T were solid overall and topped expectations.
Verizon's first quarter showed revenue growth and a lot of moving parts including better prospects on business accounts, competition for consumers and video losses that were offset by higher broadband speed tiers.
OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro are strong contenders in the Android smartphone market and the devices surged in 2020 across multiple price points. But distribution beyond T-Mobile and AT&T 5G certification are critical for more upside.
HMD Global launched six new Nokia devices, a simplified product lineup and a plan to offer wireless service and grab enterprise accounts.
For $60 a month, it may make sense to go 5G for remote work and leave the rest of your network to students and everyone competing for bandwidth.
Samsung's mid-tier smartphones will have prices between $100 and $500, but the company won't bring the Galaxy A72 5G to the US.
LG is likely to clear inventory as it exits the smartphone business, and that means some dual-screen devices may become more affordable.