TelePacific Communications signs long-term contracts with AT&T

March 8, 2007

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LOS ANGELES -- AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T )today announced that TelePacific Communications, a leading provider ofbusiness telecommunications network solutions, has signed long-termwholesale contracts with the AT&T local telephone companies and AT&T's longdistance affiliate that will enable TelePacific to expand its operationswithin California and Nevada. Under the five-year contracts, which areworth $180 million, AT&T will provide TelePacific with wholesale longdistance voice services and special access services for DS1 and DS3transport.

AT&T Wholesale solutions enable carriers to offer a complete range ofservices, including traditional voice and data services and innovativevalue-added IP services to their customers. TelePacific benefits from usingAT&T Network Connection (ANC), the flagship voice platform backed by thequality, reliability and reach of the AT&T global network. The ANC platformprovides high-volume unbranded transport and termination access of longdistance voice traffic.

"Since 2003, our relationship with AT&T Wholesale has been a criticalpart of our growth and success in the industry," said Dick Jalkut,president and CEO of TelePacific. "We chose to enter into long-termwholesale contracts with AT&T for its scalable infrastructure, pricingcertainty, guaranteed availability and high-quality service that enable usto seamlessly meet our customers' needs while expanding our operations."

AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T)

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