AT&T: This Is The Inflection Point


  • AT&T has been making progress in deleveraging its balance sheet and growing its customer base.
  • The company had a slow start in 2024 but added new subscribers and expanded its fiber footprint.
  • AT&T is a solid value and dividend play, with a high dividend yield and potential for future growth.

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AT&T (NYSE:T) has been making great progress in deleveraging its balance sheet and growing its customer base in recent years. While not everything has gone smoothly for AT&T after the Time Warner

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