Rate hikes come as telecom titan tries to recoup $85 billion from Time Warner acquisition
Check your bill: AT&T has quietly raised its "administrative fee" by more than 160 percent this year
Someone has to finance the Time Warner acquisition
The first new offer following AT&T and Time Warner merger
Drive testing America's mobile networks
The DoJ failed to block the deal
Subscribers of AT&T's old data plans will soon be charged $45/month
The buttons connect wirelessly to AT&T's LTE-M network, no Bluetooth or Wi-Fi necessary
The service will be cheaper and more robust than DirecTV Now
Carriers still want to lock devices to stop you from leaving
Crawl before you walk
These price changes come with a few service tweaks
AT&T, Sprint and others have formed the "Mobile Authentication Taskforce"
Additional cities will receive the network 'in the coming months'
The CEO says AT&T is 'committed' to an open internet
Political pressure could be behind the decision
Faster speeds will enable all sorts of new technologies and services
All 50 states and three U.S. territories will participate in AT&T's FirstNet emergency cellular service
Three more regions are expected to opt in or out by mid-March
Project AirGig could eventually deliver speeds of over 1Gbps
A cloud-based DVR and 4K video support are just a few of the upcoming features
The results could have a lasting impact on mega mergers
Would a merger harm consumers?
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