AT&t has announced it will be rolling out a wireless network for the next decade, and it’s getting some new names.
The network will be called the “AT&T Wireless Network,” but the service will include all the familiar AT&G names: AT&T, AT>, AT & T, and AT<br&gt;.
The name change will come at a time when AT&ts wireless network is undergoing a massive overhaul.
It’s been a long time coming, as AT&gs current wireless network only has two devices and only one phone.
AT&nts latest efforts have included a wireless camera and voice assistant called “Voice Assistant” and an AT&tg; wireless internet service called “Gigabit.”
AT&rt’s wireless network will have a total of 12 devices, but it’s not clear yet if there will be more devices.
The company also announced that it will open up its wireless network to all carriers in the US and Canada.
AT <amp;t will be providing service in New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, and Washington, DC, as well as in Puerto Rico, Guam, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
AT and T have long held dominant market positions in the wireless market.
The carrier said the “first-ever network with the full range of AT&ttv services, including broadband, video, and voice.”
It will also offer unlimited data for customers, as a first step toward expanding its network to include wireless voice services.
The announcement came shortly after AT&tm CEO Randall Stephenson said AT&tc was working on a wireless Internet service.
AT said it was working with Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, and others on a “broadband wireless broadband service.”