ATT must pay the heirs of the inventor of the ®™©Wireless Telephone, Nathan B. Stubblefield
ATT is the first of many telecommunication companies that have found out that they must pay for the telephone numbers that they issue to their users for ®™©Wireless Telephone service.
The American Telephone and Telegraph Company (AT&T) was founded in 1885 by Alexander Graham Bell, nine years after the U.S. Patent Office wrongfully issued patent 174,465 to him for supposedly inventing the Telephone. Bell never invented the Telephone, He actually worked in the same lab with the real inventor and conspired with Western
In 2005 AT&T change their name to ATT Wireless and became the leading Wireless provider in America. and not until recently have anybody questioned, how could this be. ATT never successfully experimented in wireless technology. They were a landline telephone company for 120 years.
Troy Cory Stubblefield The Grandson of Nathan B Stubblefield, the inventor of the ®™©Wireless Telephone and telephone numbering code system in which all Wireless telephone numbers derive from is in the process of