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AT&T adds close to 1 mln domestic mobile subscribers in Q4

Monday 23 January 2017 | 11:47 CET | News
AT&T has filed a market update with the SEC for its fourth quarter to end December. The carrier said it plans to report over 900,000 branded net adds of domestic mobile subscribers, including 500,000 postpaid and 400,000 prepaid. Branded net phone adds passed 330,000. More than 1.2 million mobile net adds were in Mexico. There were also over 200,000 video net adds, entirely driven by DirecTV NOW. The figure includes only paying customers.

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Companies: DirecTV
Countries: United States
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