AT&T’s Ralph De La Hoya (De La Vega) Wraps Up D-9

Let’s preface this by saying we mean no disrespect when referring to the CEO of AT&T Mobility, Ralph de La Vega as Ralph De La Hoya. It’s kind of like we always refer to Sprint’s CEO Dan Hesse as the CEO Next Door.¬† De La Vega always seems fired up, passionate, and fighting for his

Class Action Lawsuit: AT&T Sued For Overcharging iPhone Customers

AT&T is at a pivotal time in their existence as the nation’s second largest wireless carrier.¬† While waiting for government regulatory approval on their proposed merger with T-Mobile, AT&T would love to stay out of the limelight and thwart off negativity. However that’s not the case. Last week, MSNBC and The Today Show ran a

AT&T Beats The Street With Q1 Numbers, Escapes Verizon Unscathed

If you read analyst reports on the internet Tuesday it seemed that most Wall Street analysts were preaching dooms day for AT&T Mobility. AT&T’s Wednesday Q1 earnings call told a much brighter story. While AT&T’s post paid subscriber gain wasn’t “great” their churn was stable signaling that there wasn’t a mass exodus to Verizon for