Boosted by strong sales of iPhones, Samsung handsets and Blackberries, AT&T is on course to sell a record number of integrated devices (smartphones) in one quarter, according to Randall Stephenson, the US telecoms giant's CEO, who also said there are now half a million Apple iPads connected to AT&T's network.
Speaking at a Goldman Sachs conference, Stephenson also said there has been "terrific uptake" of its new $15 a month, low-usage data tariffs. He added that AT&T's network supply chain is "stressed right now" and is constraining its capex spending, noting that its current annual capex budget of between 18 billion and 19 billion US dollars is "full capacity level for us." source: AT&T recording
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