Broadpoint, AT&T Sign Contract

Sunday, August 10, 2008

Broadpoint extended its alliance with AT&T, extending AT&T’s wireless voice and data capabilities further into the . “Our business and enterprise customers need a reliable communications system wherever their jobs may take them, and that’s exactly what Broadpoint offers,” said J.R. Wilson, associate vice president of Partnerships and Alliances for AT&T’s wireless operations. “AT&T serves more than 95 percent of the Fortune 100 and over 80 percent of the Fortune 500 companies. Broadpoint’s coverage spans over 100,000 square miles in the , allowing dependable remote access, helping our customers increase productivity when offshore and improve their bottom lines.”

The current contract is the latest in a long-standing relationship between the two companies. Over the next few years, it will allow AT&T to expand its mobile enterprise customer base via Broadpoint’s superior cellular communication system. AT&T’s ability to keep its business customers connected when roaming the differentiates the company from its competitors and is a testament to Broadpoint’s reliable communication system.

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