AT&T's Communication Business Accounts For Over 75% Of Its Revenues, Here Are Its Key Drivers
Key Driver 1: Postpaid The postpaid business - which provides phones and data services for which customers pay a monthly bill - is one of AT&T's most important businesses, accounting for 27% of total revenue. While revenues declined between 2016 and 2018, due to feature phone losses, we expect the metric to stabilize going forward.
Key Driver 2: EntertainmentAT&T's entertainment business includes its pay TV business as well as internet, and voice communications businesses targeted at residential customers.We expect revenues to trend lower, driven by subscriber losses at the DirecTV satellite TV operations.
Entertainment Group Revenue
Key Driver 3: Other Mobility This includes revenues from prepaid, wholesale, and equipment sales.We expect the metric to trend slightly lower, due to weaker equipment revenues.
Other Mobility Revenues
Key Driver 4: Business WirelineThis segment provides advanced IP-based services as well as traditional voice and data services to businesses.We expect revenues to trend lower going forward.
Business Wireline Revenues