AT&T opens wireless portfolio to SMBs

AT&T announced  that it will begin selling its wireless suite of services to its business customers, including offers of bundled wireline and wireless services. The carrier said business customers could receive discounts on wireline bills if they can commit to certain levels of wireline and wireless calling volumes. AT&T will also grant business customers' a special rate when calling AT&T-provided wireless or wireline business users.

Small business customers will be able to purchase a quadruple play package (data, TV, wireline and wireless voice) if they are located within the company's 22-state local service region. Mid-sized and large business customers will also now be able to purchase any wireless service device offered by AT&T, which is a change since until now only certain plans and devices were available to AT&T business customers for integrated offers. The carrier also noted that all services, plans and devices can be sold by themselves or integrated into an existing multi-service AT&T contract.

For more on AT&T's new business offerings:
- see this press release from the company

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