Ralph de la Vega takes a battery of questions, addressing a possible merger between T-Mobile and Sprint, connected car pricing, and why US customers have it great.
AT&T's Ralph de la Vega on why the HTC First is like the Motorola Rokr -- and why that's a good thing.
The carrier would be willing to offer Firefox phones if enough customers demand it, the executive told CNET.
The company is banking that the improved services from its network upgrade will pay off in less customer turnover.
AT&T released a statement confirming that users on its upcoming Mobile Share plan can run FaceTime over its cellular network. Other plans still require Wi-Fi to use FaceTime.
AT&T's Ralph de la Vega says he feels good about the plan, a reversal of the uncertainty he expressed just a few months ago.
Ralph de la Vega is grilled on data connection and call quality. Also: why he thinks the T-Mobile merger is good for consumers, and a kicker--shared data plans for multi-device customers.
AT&T announces LG Vu Plus
AT&T Mobile Music is certainly a viable and attractive alternative to the other mobile music services on the market, thanks to its ability to be used with existing music subscription services and access to cool applications such as MobiRadio and XM Satellite radio.
Please visit the carrier's Web site for more information on using this product.
AT&T Mobile TV details leaked.