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    by Published on 11-23-2010 04:06 PM
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    On November 17th, AT&T announced their acquisition of SLO Cellular based out of San Luis Obispo County on California's Central Coast.

    AT&T* today announced that Cellular One customers in San Luis Obispo County, Calif. are now AT&T customers. The transition follows AT&T’s acquisition of SLO Cellular, which had operated under the Cellular One brand.

    Once network transition and integration work is completed, subscribers in this service area will enjoy the benefits of the nation’s fastest mobile broadband network. AT&T expects to roll out its mobile broadband service to all of the acquired properties, which includes 46 cell sites, over the coming year.

    “Mobile broadband is changing how we live our lives and transforming every sector of business, and AT&T is leading the way,” said Andy Shibley, vice president and general manager, AT&T’s Greater Los Angeles Area. “We’re excited that with this acquisition, AT&T will bring the benefits of mobile broadband to new subscribers. We mobilize everything for our customers by delivering the fastest mobile broadband experience nationwide, the most popular smartphones, an array of emerging devices like eReaders and netbooks, the ability to talk and browse the Web at the same time and access to more than 225,000 apps.”**
    More: http://www.att.com/gen/press-room?pi...pcode=wireless
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