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AT&T Inc. (T)


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Previous Close42.36
Open42.30
Bid0.00 x
Ask0.00 x
Day's Range41.75 - 42.30
52 Week Range36.10 - 43.89
Volume9,065,391
Avg. Volume21,334,126
Market Cap256.61B
Beta0.39
PE Ratio (TTM)19.91
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & Yield1.96 (4.63%)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
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  • American City Business Journals18 minutes ago

    AT&T doubles down on unlimited data, leverages DirecTV toward wireless

    AT&T (NYSE: T) has doubled down on its unlimited data plans, lowering the price and incentivizing unlimited customers with price breaks on TV packages. The move comes amid the renewed wireless wars and less than two weeks after AT&T extended its unlimited plan in a manner some analysts said was more bark than bite. Wireless customers on an unlimited plan will get a $25 a month credit toward any AT&T video service, which includes DirecTV, U-Verse, and the streaming service DirecTV Now.

  • TheStreet.com30 minutes ago

    FCC Will Stay Out of AT&T, Time Warner Merger

    New FCC Chairman Ajit Pai does not expect the agency to review AT&T (T) and Time Warner's (TWX) proposed $85 billion merger.

  • American City Business Journals1 hour ago

    Google launches high-speed wireless internet in Denver — what could it mean for Louisville?

    A recent Google announcement could be a signal of what's to come in Louisville. The Alphabet Inc. (GOOG) acquisition of the San Francisco-based wireless company Webpass last summer indicated that Google Fiber was looking at providing its high-speed internet service wirelessly instead of through fiber optic cable. The company has been tight-lipped about its plans with Webpass, but moves over the last six months have pointed more and more to a goal to cover "the last mile" wirelessly instead of the more expensive option of laying fiber cable to provide gigabit internet speeds to customers.