AT&T Rebrands Alltel in Utah

Former Alltel Customers in Utah have access to the nation's fastest mobile broadband network and more innovative mobile devices

April 12, 2011

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SALT LAKE CITY -- More than 55,000 former Alltel customers joining AT&T* will see a change as AT&T expands its service in Utah.(1) AT&T has rebranded Alltel to AT&T and is introducing AT&T's exciting lineup of products and services to these customers.

Since its acquisition of the Alltel wireless assets in Utah, AT&T has invested significantly to transition the former Alltel network infrastructure to AT&T. Former Alltel customers across the state now have access to the nation's fastest mobile broadband network and to AT&T's broad portfolio of mobile devices.

"We're thrilled to welcome former Alltel customers to the AT&T community, and we're confident that they will enjoy a fantastic wireless experience with AT&T," said Jace Barbin, vice president and general manager for AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets in the Rocky Mountain Region. "We've been working nonstop to upgrade the Alltel network. AT&T's network integration in Utah expands the reach of our mobile broadband network across primarily rural areas of the state and demonstrates AT&T's ongoing commitment to bring the benefits of mobile broadband to as many Americans as possible.

"Today we're proud that customers in this area have access not only to the nation's fastest mobile broadband network but also to the broadest international coverage of any U.S. wireless provider - with voice service in more than 220 countries and data service in 200 countries."

Alltel Corp. (NYSE: AT)

AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T)

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