Comcast and AT&T have reached an agreement to pay a $3 billion antitrust settlement, bringing Comcast’s total payout to $7.3 billion, the companies announced today.

The deal is the largest antitrust settlement in Comcast’s history.

Comcast is the nation’s largest cable and broadband provider and has long enjoyed strong customer loyalty.

The deal includes $1.4 billion to support the development of broadband network capacity and infrastructure, as well as an additional $300 million to fund a new national network for broadband deployment and modernization.AT&amp.

T, the nation´s largest wireless carrier, agreed to pay an undisclosed amount to resolve antitrust claims brought against it in connection with the proposed Comcast merger.

The settlement will be paid out to Comcast and its stockholders, according to a statement from the companies.

The Comcast/AT&T deal will eliminate the current Comcast-Time Warner Cable monopoly, which allows customers to pay for their cable TV service through a bundled service that includes the companies’ content.

In 2016, AT &t began offering its own cable TV services in the United States, but it still charges Comcast a hefty $85 a month.