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Is Now the Time to Buy AT&T Stock?
Share prices of AT&T (NYSE: T) hit a 52-week low of $24.54 on Nov. 4 after the company delayed the rollout of its C-band spectrum, a component of its new 5G network, pending an aviation safety review. CEO John Stankey, who took over the top spot last year, is returning AT&T to its telco roots after his predecessor ventured into a number of expensive, entertainment-related acquisitions. A key reason to consider AT&T stock is its wireless business, which has experienced strong growth.