AT&T CEO Regrets He Ever Offered Unlimited Data To You Ungrateful Punks In The First Place

AT&T CEO Regrets He Ever Offered Unlimited Data To You Ungrateful Punks In The First Place

A lot of things keep AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson up at night. If he has enough hair gel to get through the week… Putting down the pesky rebels led by that Luke kid from Tatooine. But mostly it’s about how third-party messaging systems are taking money out of his company’s coffers and how he never foresaw that people might actually want to use smartphones for things other than checking e-mail. [More]

Sprint CEO Has A Few Things To Say About The AT&T/T-Mobile Deal

Sprint CEO Has A Few Things To Say About The AT&T/T-Mobile Deal

As mentioned earlier today, the CEO of AT&T will have his first chance to make his case for purchasing T-Mobile USA in front of a Senate subcommittee. But not without the Senators hearing from some parties opposed to the deal, including Sprint CEO Dan Hesse, who pulls no punches in his prepared remarks. [More]

AT&T CEO: T-Mobile Purchase Is "All About Consumers"

AT&T CEO: T-Mobile Purchase Is "All About Consumers"

Tomorrow morning the Senate Subcommittee on Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Rights will hold a hearing titled “The AT&T/T-Mobile Merger: Is Humpty Dumpty Being Put Back Together Again?” It’s the first in what looks to be numerous hearings on AT&T’s pending purchase of T-Mobile USA and earlier today, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson released his prepared statement to the subcommittee, where he explains that his company isn’t spending over $39 billion to leapfrog ahead of Verizon in the standings. No, it’s all about you, the consumer. [More]

AT&T CEO: "I Don't See Why" T-Mobile Customers' Rates Will Go Up After Sale

AT&T CEO: "I Don't See Why" T-Mobile Customers' Rates Will Go Up After Sale

Among the big concerns surrounding the pending sale of T-Mobile USA to AT&T are the potential for rate increases for current T-Mobile customers and the near-duopoly that would exist in the aftermath of the sale. In a new interview with USA Today, the Death Star’s CEO attempted to assuage worries on both fronts. [More]

Send AT&T CEO Too Many E-Mails, Get A Free Cease And Desist Order

Send AT&T CEO Too Many E-Mails, Get A Free Cease And Desist Order

If you’re planning to send AT&T Wireless an Executive E-Mail Carpet Bomb regarding their changes to iPhone and iPad data plans, maybe remove CEO Randall Stephenson from your address book. Engadget reports that a customer who sent Stephenson one e-mail too many got a friendly call from the Executive Response Team…. threatening him with a cease and desist order. [More]

Updated: Contact AT&T CEO, Randall Stephenson

Updated: Contact AT&T CEO, Randall Stephenson

Randall Stephenson, AT&T CEO
rs2982@att.com (direct)
randall.stephenson@att.com
phone: 210-351-5401 (direct to his secretary)
fax 210-351-3553
alternate phone: 210-821-4105 (headquarters, press 3, ask for Mr. Stephenson’s office)
175 E. Houston
San Antonio, TX 78205 [More]

AT&T CEO: $10 DSL "Not A Product That Our Customers Have Clamored For"

AT&T CEO: $10 DSL "Not A Product That Our Customers Have Clamored For"

AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson told the Atlanta Journal Constitution that his customer just aren’t interested in ultra-cheap internet service. AT&T is required to offer $10 DSL throughout 22 states, a concession made to the FTC as part of a deal to acquire BellSouth. AT&T has been accused of hiding the $10 DSL option, which, apparently, they did for the sake of their customers. From the Atlanta Journal Constitution:

Contact AT&T CEO, Randall Stephenson

Contact AT&T CEO, Randall Stephenson

+1-210-821-4105