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AT&T to spend 35% to 50% more in 2H09

AT&T (NYSE: T) expects to spend 35% to 50% more in the back half of this year than it did in the first half, the company said during its second-quarter earnings report today.

Having spent about $7.2 billion in the first half of the year – just $4.0 billion of that in the second quarter, below some analysts’ expectations – AT&T reiterated its previously voiced expectations of spending $17 billion to $18 billion for the entire year, suggesting that 58% to 60% of its annual budget would be spent in the back half. more

ZTE touts CDMA upgrade path to LTE

While major CDMA operators like Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ, NYSE:VOD) and Sprint (NYSE:S) are moving directly to 4G, the CDMA Development Group and other CDMA proponents have long stressed there is an alternative, EV-DO Revision B, which would allow operators to boost capacity without building new networks or acquiring new spectrum. ZTE, however, isn’t taking sides in the argument. Instead, it’s splitting difference, annoucing today a new base station that will support both the Rev. B upgrade and LTE on the same platform. more

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