AT&T 4G LTE Launches in Mexico

Mexico City, Mexico, 12 October 2015 Customers in the first six cities can unleash new possibilities with next-generation, high-speed mobile internet As part of AT&T’s mission to make the next-generation mobile internet available to 40 million people in Mexico by the end of 2015, Iusacell and Nextel Mexico customers in six … Read more…


CONNECTION Magazine: The digital future is bright

The below article by Gabriel Galgóci, AT&T Director of Client Network Operations Management & Slovakia Country General Manager, appeared in the September/October 2015 issue of AmCham Slovakia’s CONNECTION Magazine. The global economy is a digital one in which Information and Communication Technology is no longer a specific sector, but the … Read more…



AT&T Completes Acquisition of DIRECTV

Becomes World’s Largest Pay TV Provider and Video Distribution Leader Across TV, Mobile & Broadband DALLAS, TEXAS – July 24, 2015 — AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) has completed its acquisition of DIRECTV. The newly combined company – the largest pay TV provider in the United States and the world – will … Read more…



LVMH re-appoints AT&T as its global communications provider

AT&T Advanced Services Connect More Than 4,500 LVMH Locations Worldwide PARIS, 8 July, 2015 — LVMH, the luxury group, has re-appointed AT&T as its global supplier for advanced communications services. This is a four-year, multi-million-dollar agreement. To read the full news release, click here.



CBR – Smart board: Top 5 IoT CEOs

With billions of dollars spent every year on the IoT [Internet of Things] space, this CEO generation is all about creating the future of technology and humankind. CBR lists five CEOs that are putting the ‘Thing’ in IoT. Our own Randall Stephenson was named the top CEO. Read the full … Read more…



AT&T Completes Acquisition of Nextel Mexico

MEXICO CITY, April 30, 2015 — AT&T has completed its acquisition of companies operating under the name Nextel Mexico from NII Holdings, Inc., including spectrum licenses, network assets, retail stores and subscribers in Mexico, for $1.875 billion, less approximately $427 million of net debt and other adjustments. For more information, … Read more…