AT&T offers Yahoo's mobile search

US giant AT&T is set to begin featuring Yahoo search services on the internet menu of mobile handsets used by its base of up to 70 million US customers, a Reuters report said.

The Reuters report said AT&T plans to offer, through its mobile Internet portal, a collection of Yahoo's oneSearch mobile web services including links to news, financial information, weather, Flickr photos as well as web search via the phone.

This is part of a revised partnership announced in January between the two companies where Yahoo will provide search and advertising services to AT&T's broadband computer, Internet TV and mobile phone customers, the report said.

AT&T's YellowPages.com will deliver local search information to customers as part of the new deal, the report added.

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