AT&T: Wireless Industry "A Model" of Competitiveness

In a July 8 letter, AT&T fires back at allegations of anti-competitive conduct. Some of the company's arguments don't quite add up.

Today, AT&T fired back at allegations of anti-competitive conduct. As you’ll recall, in a July 6 letter sent to the Department of Justice and the Federal Communications Commission, Sen. Herb Kohl (D-Wis.) expressed his concerns over the state of competition in the telecom marketplace. “It is vitally important that the FCC and the Justice Dept. take action to enhance competition in this market and to remove barriers to competition preventing the emergence of new competitors,” he wrote.

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