Coronavirus pandemic has led to more people relying on the internet
By Julia Alexander
AT&T's networks have seen a surge of usage since companies around the United States have asked employees to work from home and schools have moved online following the COVID-19 outbreak.
CEO Randall Stephenson told CNN's Brian Stelter on today's Reliable Sources that "mobile volumes are up 40 percent," and "Wi-Fi calling volumes are up 100 percent." Stephenson added the network infra- structures are "performing quite well," but noted the company is seeing some stress as more people work from home.