Starbucks said that it has reached a deal with Google, allowing the coffee shop locations to offer their customers dramatically faster Wi-Fi service. Financial terms were not disclosed.
Cowboys Stadium is no more. The Cowboys have sold the name of their $1.2 Billion dollar stadium to AT&T. It will now be called AT&T Stadium.
The home of the Dallas Cowboys is now ‘AT&T Stadium’. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones announced the partnership at a press conference at AT&T Stadium in Arlington on Thursday.
The Dallas Cowboys have reached a stadium-naming-rights deal with AT&T and team owner Jerry Jones will oversee today’s noon press conference at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington.
People who travel from across the country to visit the home of the Dallas Cowboys are greeted by a blaring message over PA speakers near the ticket counter: “Welcome to Cowboys Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys!”
The Dallas Cowboys are in the process of reaching a Cowboys Stadium naming rights deal with AT&T, sources tell 105.3 The Fan.
AT&T is making it easier for customers to upgrade their cellphones more frequently, as long as they’re willing to pay more.
Dallas based AT&T says it will acquire Leap Wireless, the pre-paid cellphone carrier behind the Cricket brand, for $15 a share in cash, or about $1.19 billion.
AT&T is extending the time it takes for customers on contract-based plans to earn a fully subsidized upgrade to a new phone, from 20 months to 24 months.
Just as the Byron Nelson Golf Championship is set to get underway at the Four Seasons in Irving, leaders in the City of Dallas officially announced that the tournament will be moving to South Dallas.
The country’s four biggest cell phone companies are set to launch their first joint advertising campaign against texting while driving.
A Vietnam veteran is fighting to keep a utility company crew from digging in his backyard, fearing a 17-year-old tree may die because of their work.