|Bid||0.00 x 1200|
|Ask||0.00 x 27000|
|Day's Range||51.13 - 51.72|
|52 Week Range||43.20 - 54.77|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||6.77|
|Earnings Date||Jul 24, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.36 (4.65%)|
|1y Target Est||56.00|
Credit Suisse analyst Douglas Mitchelson on July 11 initiated coverage on a slew of telecom and media stocks A theme central to all of the ratings was “convergence” between the two sectors — which companies are well-positioned and how are they going about it. AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) initiated at Underperform, price target $29. Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE: VZ) initiated at Outperform, price target $58.
Verizon's (VZ) continuous deployment of latest 4G LTE Advanced technologies enables customers to experience faster peak data speeds and capacity.
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Now let’s take a look at T-Mobile’s (TMUS) technical indicators and compare them to those of its rivals in the US telecommunications space. On July 11, T-Mobile stock was trading at $60.18, ~0.2% above its 20-day moving average of $60.08, ~3.4% above its 50-day moving average of $58.20, and ~0.1% above its 100-day moving average of $60.15.
On July 11, T-Mobile’s (TMUS) stock price closed at $60.18. The telecommunications company’s stock price has fallen ~1.7% in the trailing year.
Cellphone carriers usually ask for their customers’ blessing before listing their phone numbers, sharing their addresses or exposing them to promotional emails. Carriers such as AT&T Inc. and T-Mobile US Inc. rely on those firms to vouch that they obtained users’ consent before handing over the data. All four national carriers said in June that they would cut off two companies that handled the data Securus had accessed and promised new safeguards, though they didn’t detail how it would be done.
Carriers such as AT&T Inc. and T-Mobile US Inc. rely on those firms to vouch that they obtained users’ consent before handing over the data. All four national carriers said in June that they would cut off two companies that handled the data Securus had accessed and promised new safeguards, though they didn’t detail how it would be done.
Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile all say they have unlimited data plans, but there's fine print you need to know about. There's a cap on your high speed data, no matter what plan you pay for. Verizon VZ , AT&T T , T-Mobile TMUS and Sprint S all offer "unlimited" data plans that suggest you can use as much high-speed data as you want each month.
Americans’ cellphone bills ticked up 0.3% last month, the first such increase since July 2016 as a yearslong promotion craze from wireless service providers is starting to peter out.
BASKING RIDGE, N.J., July 13, 2018-- Verizon continues to aggressively deploy the latest 4 G LTE Advanced technologies that provide significantly faster peak data speeds and capacity for customers.. Verizon ...
In the previous article, we examined Wall Street analysts’ latest recommendations for the top telecom (telecommunications) stocks. Now let’s take a look at the technical indicators of the top telecom stocks.
Telecom carriers’ expected performances for 2018 are reflected in Wall Street analysts’ ratings. Analysts have assigned Verizon (VZ) a target price of $55.88, which indicates a potential return of 9% from its closing price of $51.48 on July 6. AT&T (T) was assigned a target price of $37.25, which indicates a potential return of 14% from its closing price of $32.68 on July 6.
On July 6, AT&T’s (T) market cap was ~$239.4 billion, making it the largest US wireless player in terms of market cap. In comparison, Verizon (VZ) had a market cap of ~$212.7 billion, Sprint (S) had a market cap of ~$22.6 billion, and T-Mobile (TMUS) had a market cap of ~$51.8 billion.
In the previous part of this series, we examined the latest Wall Street analyst recommendations for Verizon (VZ) stock. Of the 30 analysts covering Verizon on July 5, 50% recommended a “buy” and 50% recommended a “hold.”
Astute readers of Barron’s are familiar with investment firm Dalton Greiner Hartman Maher, which we’ve profiled a number of times, most recently about two years ago. DGHM, which has investments across all market capitalizations, has a reputation for expertise in finding value in smaller, lesser-known names. In fact, $1.2 billion of the total assets of $1.9 billion that the firm manages is invested in its DGHM V2000 SmallCap Value strategy, which launched in 1994.
The race for 5G (fifth-generation) network deployment is heating up. In the United States, AT&T (T) and Verizon (VZ) are working to launch some forms of 5G services in select markets before the end of 2018. Meanwhile, T-Mobile (TMUS) and Sprint (S) are eyeing nationwide 5G coverage by around 2020.
On July 5, 30 analysts from various brokerage firms actively tracked Verizon (VZ) stock. About 50.0% of the 30 analysts recommended a “buy” on Verizon stock. Meanwhile, an equal number of analysts provided “hold” recommendations. There were no “sell” recommendations.
On July 5, Verizon’s (VZ) market capitalization was ~$211.9 billion, making it the second-largest US wireless player in terms of market capitalization. In comparison, Sprint (S) had a market capitalization of ~$22.0 billion, AT&T’s (T) market capitalization was ~$238.8 billion, and T-Mobile’s (TMUS) market capitalization was ~$50.9 billion.
In June, Charter Communications (CHTR) launched its Spectrum Mobile wireless service with the help of its MVNO (mobile virtual network operator) agreement with Verizon (VZ). The new service is offering unlimited data for $45 per month as well as a $14 per GB per month plan.
In the previous part of this series, we discussed the expectations for Verizon’s (VZ) prepaid customer net additions in the second quarter. Now let’s talk about Verizon’s customer retention metric, the churn rate. Wall Street analysts expect Verizon’s postpaid phone churn rate to remain near its record lows of 0.80% in the second quarter.
When Yahoo revealed in September 2016 that its systems had been hacked, two things about the disclosure were shocking. More troubling, in particular for Verizon, which had just agreed to pay $4.5bn to acquire most of Yahoo’s assets, was the fact that the company had kept the breach secret for two years, even when Verizon asked for details of cyber security incidents before the deal. , or Altaba, as it is now known, in April became the first company to receive a fine — $35m — from the Securities and Exchange Commission for failure to disclose a cyber attack.