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The roll-up of state Bells and other companies, AT&T is a major national retailer of telecommunications, internet, and television services, smartphones and other communications goods. AT&T continues to seek to pile on acquisitions, trying in 2011 to acquire T-Mobile. According to The Washington Post, “In a city overrun with lobbyists and corporate interests, AT&T is king of the heap—the bare-knuckled brawler that spares no energy or expense to win any fight.” “Since 1998, the company has given more money in campaign contributions than any other firm in corporate America. It’s also one of the top 10 corporate spenders on lobbying, according to the Center for Responsive Politics. And it gets results. In the past 15 years, AT&T has successfully acquired a dozen firms and regularly wins its regulatory battles on Capitol Hill and at the FCC.”
Thus, AT&T boasts that its mobile broadband covers 99% of the U.S. population with over one million miles of fiber, serving 121 million wireless and 16 million broadband customers. The company touts “138 years AT&T has been improving the way people communicate.”
AT&T holds itself out as a reliable and trustworthy merchant of communications goods and services through mass media campaigns on television and elsewhere. In 2013, among U.S. advertisers, only P&G and General Motors outspent AT&T, according to The New York Times.