AT&T Launches New Information-Focused Web Site
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Mar 18, 2008, 1:00 PM by Eric M. Zeman
updated Mar 18, 2008, 1:08 PM
AT&T has created a new web site that is meant to help answer all the questions that consumers, developers and media might have about AT&T's wireless services and policies. This will include information about forthcoming options, such as the open network policies and activating non-AT&T supplied handsets on the network. There are also links that will provide customers with information about applications and services they can use on their phones. The web site also lists the resources that developers might need to create or port applications for AT&T phones and platforms. The site is live.
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Open network???? Please.
It's corporations using "buzzwords" like this that makes me sick. ATT has had a pretty open network, if you ask me, for a LONG time.