AT&T reports 2,8 million wireless net adds in Q4 of 2016

AT&T reported 2.8 million North American wireless net adds, strong DIRECTV NOW growth and solid adjusted operating margin and earnings gains, with continued free cash flow growth for the fourth quarter.

“2016 was a transformational year for AT&T, one in which we made tremendous progress toward our goal of becoming the global leader in telecom, media and technology,” said Randall Stephenson, AT&T Chairman and CEO.

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“We launched DIRECTV NOW, our innovative over-the-top streaming service. Our 5G evolution plans and improved spectrum position are paving the way for the next-generation of super-fast mobile and fixed networks. And we shook-up the industry with our landscape-changing deal to acquire Time Warner, the logical next step in our strategy to bring together world-class content with best-in-class distribution which will drive innovation and more choice for consumers.

“At the same time, we performed at a high level in 2016 with growing revenues, expanding adjusted consolidated operating margins and solid adjusted earnings growth, and we hit our $1.5 billion DIRECTV cost-synergy target. We also delivered record cash from operations, which allowed us to return substantial value to investors and invest more in the U.S. economy.”

Consolidated Financial Results

AT&T’s consolidated revenues for the fourth quarter totaled $41.8 billion versus $42.1 billion in the year-ago quarter.

Fourth-quarter net income attributable to AT&T totaled $2.4 billion. Cash from operating activities was $10.1 billion in the fourth quarter, and capital expenditures were $6.5 billion. Capital investment for the quarter totaled $6.7 billion.

Full-Year Results

For full-year 2016, compared with 2015 results, AT&T’s consolidated revenues totaled $163.8 billion versus $146.8 billion, up 11.6% for the year, driven by a full year of results from DIRECTV and gains in IP services and video.

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