4/26/2010

With so much attention being paid to the status of AT&T's iPhone exclusivity contract, many investors have overlooked the development growth in many of AT&T's business units, according to Barron's, which says that the company should be able to thrive even after losing the exclusivity privilege. Analysts note that AT&T's average revenue per user from data, broadband and other service has been steadily increasing.

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