T - AT&T Inc.

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
30.55
-0.05 (-0.16%)
As of 3:22PM EST. Market open.
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Previous Close30.60
Open30.53
Bid30.53 x 2900
Ask30.54 x 3100
Day's Range30.35 - 30.75
52 Week Range26.80 - 39.29
Volume17,590,545
Avg. Volume41,806,322
Market Cap222.344B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.61
PE Ratio (TTM)5.93
EPS (TTM)5.15
Earnings DateJan 30, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield2.04 (6.66%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-01-09
1y Target Est34.36
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  • Comcast Is the Latest Company to Enter the Streaming Bandwagon
    Market Realist48 minutes ago

    Comcast Is the Latest Company to Enter the Streaming Bandwagon

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  • Could T-Mobile’s Revenue Beat Estimates Again?
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    Could T-Mobile’s Revenue Beat Estimates Again?

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    Comcast’s NBCUniversal Set to Release Its Video Streaming Service

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  • House Republicans question telecoms on location tracking
    Associated Press2 hours ago

    House Republicans question telecoms on location tracking

    NEW YORK (AP) — Several House Republicans asked T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon and Sprint how they share their users' cellphone location data, citing a recent report that telecoms are selling that information to shadowy companies without customer knowledge.

  • What Analysts Expect for T-Mobile’s Fourth-Quarter Earnings
    Market Realist3 hours ago

    What Analysts Expect for T-Mobile’s Fourth-Quarter Earnings

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    Zacks3 hours ago

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  • Analysts’ Views on Sprint: Target Prices and Recommendations
    Market Realist5 hours ago

    Analysts’ Views on Sprint: Target Prices and Recommendations

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  • InvestorPlace5 hours ago

    Apple Stock Gets a Lift From Verizon Deal to Bundle Apple Music

    Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) continues to trail Spotify (NYSE:SPOT) as the streaming music services race to add paid subscribers. However, AAPL just got a big boost, at least in the American market. Verizon (NYSE:VZ) announced that an Apple Music subscription will be included for free with several of its premium cellular plans. ### Verizon Expands AAPL Partnership, Offers Free Apple Music for Premium Unlimited Plans On Jan. 15, Verizon announced that it was expanding its partnership with Apple. Starting January 17, customers who subscribe to Verizon's Beyond Unlimited and Above Unlimited cellular plans will get Apple Music bundled with their plan for free. That saves the customer $9.99 monthly compared to paying for the streaming music service from Apple. * Top 10 Global Stock Ideas for 2019 From RBC Capital Customers who subscribe to the less expensive Go Unlimited plan will get a free six month trial of Apple Music -a continuation of a program Verizon launched last August. InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips ### What's In It for Verizon? The appeal for Verizon is a perk that has mass appeal. The company is the largest wireless provider in the U.S., with a narrow lead over AT&T (NYSE:T) -- in Q3, VZ had 153.97 million subscribers compared to the 150.25 million signed up with AT&T. With unlimited data plans sounding largely the same to consumers, bundling a service like Apple Music is a way to stand out from the pack. It also helps Verizon to sell iPhones. Having the AAPL smartphones in its showroom and being able to offer free Apple Music as a bonus could help to move more iPhones off the shelves. T-Mobile (NASDAQ:TMUS) offers free Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) with some plans. From the perspective of the network provider, streaming music uses considerably less bandwidth than streaming video. That means less strain on its infrastructure should eligible customers take advantage of their free streaming ability. ### What's In It for Apple? For AAPL, there are three wins here. The first is the potential to sell more iPhones, at least through Verizon. As everyone knows by now, the company is struggling to keep up the pace of iPhone sales that briefly made it the world's first trillion dollar company last year. The second is the prospect of adding more Apple Music subscribers. Since launching in 2015, Apple Music has grown rapidly, but has failed to gain ground on market leader Spotify. Verizon doesn't spike out how many of its customers subscribe to the Beyond Unlimited and Above Unlimited plans, but with nearly 154 million total subscribers there is potential there for Apple Music to snag some significant additional growth. With increased emphasis on Services revenue to take the heat of iPhone sales, that's more important than ever. Of course there's also the risk that some existing Apple Music subscribers will end up being converted to free Verizon users, diluting the overall subscriber base growth potential. Finally, Apple's streaming video service is expected this year. The more subscribers AAPL can hook on Apple Music, the better the odds it can convert them to customers for that video offering as well. ### Who Pays for This? Good question. Neither Apple nor Verizon has come out and said who is actually paying for the "free" Apple Music subscriptions. The most likely arrangement is that AAPL is subsidizing Verizon, offering a discounted rate. However, nothing has been confirmed. The only thing we know for sure is that Beyond Unlimited and Above Unlimited customers won't be footing the bill -- Verizon has not announced any price increases to go along with the perk (although the fine print does note customer are responsible for paying any related taxes). 5G service is beginning to roll out, with the potential to cause churn among wireless carriers as they fight over bragging rights about their next generation coverage. At the same time, companies like Apple are struggling to keep smartphone sales humming. And competition is heating up in the streaming video business, with big new players set to enter the market this year. With so much disruption, look for more of these partnerships in coming months as the various players maneuver for position and look for advantages to lock in customers. As of this writing, Brad Moon did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. ### More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * Top 10 Global Stock Ideas for 2019 From RBC Capital * 10 A-Rated Stocks the Smart Money Is Piling Into * 5 Best Bank ETFs for This Week's Earnings Avalanche Compare Brokers The post Apple Stock Gets a Lift From Verizon Deal to Bundle Apple Music appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • How Sprint’s Valuation Compares with Peers’
    Market Realist6 hours ago

    How Sprint’s Valuation Compares with Peers’

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    Motley Fool7 hours ago

    Did Netflix Just Signal a Giant Q4 Earnings Beat?

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  • What Analysts Expect for Sprint’s Wireless Service Revenue
    Market Realist8 hours ago

    What Analysts Expect for Sprint’s Wireless Service Revenue

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  • Barrons.com8 hours ago

    U.K. Pension Fund Doubles Down on Nvidia Stock, Exits AT&T, Citigroup, and TI

    USS Investment, which handles one of the U.K.’s largest pension funds, exited substantial positions in Citigroup, Texas Instruments, McDonald’s, and AT&T in the fourth quarter.

  • Business Wire8 hours ago

    AT&T Named to Bloomberg Gender Equality Index for Second Straight Year

    That’s why we’re proud to again be included on the Bloomberg Gender Equality Index, our second straight year on the list. The annual index is the world’s only comprehensive investment-quality data source on gender equality.

  • Will Intel Be Upgraded to a Buy in 2019?
    Zacks22 hours ago

    Will Intel Be Upgraded to a Buy in 2019?

    There are a number of ifs and buts, but Intel's execution and new CEO can do the trick.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Trump AG pick concerned by Silicon Valley 'behemoths'

    President Donald Trump's nominee for U.S. attorney general, William Barr, told lawmakers on Tuesday that he would focus attention on the "huge behemoths" in Silicon Valley at the center of a debate over antitrust enforcement. Barr noted at his confirmation hearing that companies can grow to monopolies without breaking antitrust law. "I don’t think big is necessarily bad," he told Senator Mike Lee, the top Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee's antitrust panel and a frequent critic of Alphabet Inc's Google .

  • Could Sprint’s EBITDA Grow in Fiscal 2018’s Third Quarter?
    Market Realistyesterday

    Could Sprint’s EBITDA Grow in Fiscal 2018’s Third Quarter?

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  • Value investor Bill Nygren likes Netflix, saying it won't lose subscribers on price hike
    CNBCyesterday

    Value investor Bill Nygren likes Netflix, saying it won't lose subscribers on price hike

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  • What’s Expected for Sprint’s Revenue Growth
    Market Realistyesterday

    What’s Expected for Sprint’s Revenue Growth

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  • CNBCyesterday

    Attorney general pick Barr hints he would look at antitrust in tech

    AG nominee William Barr said he doesn't think "big is necessarily bad," but he wants to understand how tech giants have gotten so big

  • Buy Netflix (NFLX) Stock Before Q4 Earnings, After It Raised Streaming Prices?
    Zacksyesterday

    Buy Netflix (NFLX) Stock Before Q4 Earnings, After It Raised Streaming Prices?

    Netflix (NFLX) saw its stock price climb 6% Tuesday after the streaming TV powerhouse raised its prices on all of its streaming plans for the first time in over a year just a few days before it reports its Q4 financial results.

  • TheStreet.comyesterday

    AT&T's IoT Chief Talks Connected Cars, Partnerships With Cloud Giants and More

    Last week at CES, I had a chance to talk with Chris Penrose, who as AT&T's Internet of Things SVP is in charge of AT&T's connected device services business for cars, consumer electronics and a variety of industry verticals. Of the 48.2 million connected devices AT&T reported having on its network as of Q3, 24 million consisted of connected cars -- a market in which AT&T appears to be well ahead of other major U.S. wireless providers. Penrose noted AT&T has added over one million cars to its network for 14 straight quarters, and that the figure topped two million in Q3.

  • Netflix's Price Hike Shows It Isn't Afraid of the Competition
    Motley Foolyesterday

    Netflix's Price Hike Shows It Isn't Afraid of the Competition

    With more streaming services set to launch this year, Netflix thinks it deserves a pay raise.

  • Can Sprint’s Earnings Growth Continue?
    Market Realistyesterday

    Can Sprint’s Earnings Growth Continue?

    Sprint in Fiscal 2018’s Third Quarter: What Analysts ExpectSprint’s earnings in fiscal 2018’s third quarterSprint (S) is expected to publish its results for the third quarter of fiscal 2018 (ended in December) on February 1. In this series,

  • Can Xander-Turner Collaboration Boost AT&T’s Targeted Ads?
    Market Realistyesterday

    Can Xander-Turner Collaboration Boost AT&T’s Targeted Ads?

    The Latest from the Telecom Sector: AT&T and Sprint(Continued from Prior Part)AT&T’s Turner to use data from XandrAT&T’s (T) Turner business, which was acquired as part of the Time Warner deal in June, will reportedly be using data

  • Hollywood's debt crisis
    CNBC Videosyesterday

    Hollywood's debt crisis

    Variety film and media executive editor Brett Lang joins 'The Exchange' to discuss his story on Hollywood's debt crisis and what's needed to pull out of it.