There were more connected cars net-adds than there were phone net-adds. For the seventh straight quarter, AT&T added more cars than phones and tablets combined. AT&T’s connected car onboarding pace is twice that of its connected tablets pace .
AT&T is dominating IoT Revenues and with Verizon, the both is taking much most the IoT revenue stream in the wireless operator segment.
Mobile data revenues increased 8 percent Year over Year while Voice revenues declined 31 percent.
Verizon’s IoT and Telematics rose 25 percent Year over Year to $205M inching towards a $1 Billion a year run rate.
Sharma reported that AT&T and Verizon are making investments to diversify their revenue streams. AT&T in particular has done a better job across multiple streams – content, home, IoT, health, transportation, retail, security, and other verticals. Some of the progress is visible in the financials and for others, one must dig deeper.
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