AT&T Renews Kaman Contract

Kaman Corp. renews a three-year contract for voice and network services

April 30, 2008

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SAN ANTONIO -- AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) today announced that Kaman Corp. has renewed a three-year contract for voice and network services, which will include AT&T OneNet® Services. Under the contract, AT&T will provide the aerospace and industrial technology leader with an integrated portfolio of services for approximately 160 domestic locations.

Under the new agreement, Kaman will use AT&T's Virtual Private Network (VPN) services to streamline the transfer of data and communications throughout the AT&T network. Network security and reliability will be strengthened through the use of AT&T's Security Services. AT&T will also provide local and long distance voice services to support reliable, cost-effective communications across Kaman's locations. The VPN and OneNet Service combine to help ensure operational and communications efficiencies for Kaman.

"We are pleased to extend our relationship with AT&T," said Ronald M. Galla, senior vice president and chief information officer of Kaman Corp. "AT&T's customized solution supports our specific business needs and ensures that our entire domestic team can operate and collaborate efficiently, securely and effectively at all times."

AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T)

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