AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson has said that the company is exploring new businesses overseas. In particular, AT&T is interested in bidding on spectrum in India, as well as acquiring wireless and wireline telecom companies. It has already struck partnership deals in India and is installing gear in several Indian cities. AT&T is also looking to invest in a handful of Asian and Middle Eastern countries, including China, Vietnam, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait.
It's about time an American wireless company gets its hands dirty. I'm sick of all these overseas companys moving in on our territory, with Vodaphone owning Verizon, T-mobile (enough said), and Sprint trying to sell to everyone and their mother, AT&T is the only Company based and owned on U.S soil. If not for the fact they employ OVER 300,000 hard working americans! they should be the only provider that we the american people support!!!
Maybe its because I'm part of a dying breed of people born on this soil and believe that the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA by far has the most potential to be the best civilization this world has ever seen! I'm a patriot I love MY FREEDOM and i want my dollar to stay in America making it a better place!!
wow last time I checked they are here at the moment. But who really cares?? What does being number one give you. Also more so what does it give you when you are only number one but a few?? You know what number one gives me? I have to many damn peopl... (continues)
They have very tough regulations in India including spectrum issues, ownership caps, and build out issues. Moreover, their consumers donâ€™t want to pay a lot of money for their service given the fact that they donâ€™t make a lot of money. That will change though. Their middle class, 300 million people the size of this whole countryâ€™s people (USA), will start to bring in more money and spend more. AT&T is smart for going into India and others should follow.
Hey, I just want to make sure I understand you correctly. By do they contract like here, do you mean that most wireless companies, if not all, don't actually own they're own cell towers, ah heck, I can't think of the name of the company right now, I t... (continues)