March 11th of 2022 proved to be a monumental day for telecommunications and entertainment conglomerate AT&T. Management announced not only their own expectations for the company's 2022 fiscal year, but also their thoughts on what the 2023 fiscal year should bring. Although the cash flow picture of the enterprise will be weaker in 2022 than what might have been anticipated, the overall condition of the company is encouraging. What's more, revenue growth, combined with cost-cutting initiatives, will help to increase cash flow over the next two years. Add onto this the fact that leverage for the enterprise is coming under control and that shares are trading at a level that look incredibly appealing, and it is a difficult prospect, truly, to pass up. In fact, I would make the case that shares today are some of the most attractive of any company on the market presently.
The change has been a “long time coming”. The Company is much more than Cincinnati. This Brand change does not impact Hawaiian Telcom and the CBTS businesses
The expansion of Verizon’s C-Band coverage provides additional growth opportunities in nationwide broadband with over 150,000 net additions expected for fixed wireless access alone in the first quarter of 2022.
During Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2022, TELUS received the Ookla Speedtest Award as North America’s fastest mobile network for 2021.
The technology is now available in 18 cities and will expand to 120 by year-end
Verizon Business and Audi of America announced an agreement to bring 5G connectivity to the automaker’s U.S. lineup, estimated to begin with select models for the 2024 model year. The collaboration brings embedded 5G Ultra Wideband connectivity into Audi vehicles and provides the speed and telecommunication architecture necessary for highly personalized and augmented mobile services, new driver-assistance features, and connectivity-enabled innovations for the automated future of driving.
TELUS is partnering with Google Cloud and NXN Digital to deliver the next generation of sustainable, efficient, secure, and innovative Internet of Things (IoT) technologies that will empower businesses, communities, and their residents through a vast ecosystem of people-first solutions.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) adopted a revocation order that ends the ability of China Unicom (Americas) in providing domestic interstate and international telecom services within the United States.
TELUS is connecting more Canadians to its next-generation 5G network ahead of schedule, reaching 70% of the Canadian population as part of its significant $54 billion investment in infrastructure and operations through 2024.
The Department of Transportation (DOT), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and Airlines for America (A4A) continue to show their hesitance towards Verizon and AT&T’s 5G C-band deployment which has been already postponed for 30 days.