AT&T Statement on Net Neutrality

The following may be attributed to an AT&T spokesperson:  “AT&T has built its broadband business, both wired and wireless, on the principle of Internet openness.  That is what our customers rightly expect, and it is what our company will continue to deliver.  That is also why we endorsed the FCC’s original rule on net neutrality,…

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AT&T Statement on the U.S. Court of Appeals D.C. Circuit Open Internet Decision

The following may be attributed to an AT&T spokesperson:  “AT&T has been committed to the open Internet since our endorsement of the FCC’s statement of Internet freedoms in 2004. We worked constructively to help craft the FCC’s net neutrality rule, and testified in support of it in the Congress. As the FCC assesses the impact…

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Enabling FaceTime Over Our Mobile Broadband Network

Last week, we confirmed plans to make FaceTime available over our mobile broadband network for our AT&T Mobile Share data plan customers. FaceTime is a video chat application that has been pre-loaded onto every AT&T iPhone since the introduction of iPhone 4.  Customers have been using this popular app for several years over Wi-Fi.  AT&T…

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AT&T’s Cicconi on Net Neutrality Before Congressional Hearing

The U.S. House Subcommittee on Communications and Technology today held a hearing on H.J. Res 37, disapproving of the FCC’s net neutrality order, which the Commission adopted in December.  Jim Cicconi, AT&T Senior Executive Vice President of External and Legislative Affairs, delivered the following statement: Chairman Walden, Ranking Member Eshoo, Chairman Upton, Chairman Waxman, Chairman…

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