Sunday, August 6, 2006

AT&T Wins NYC Contract Potentially Valued at up to $100 Million

The City of New York has awarded AT&T a major contract for telecommunications (local, long distance and networking) services for both the city's routine and critical data applications. The multi-year agreement, initially valued at $25 million, will enable AT&T to secure up to $100 million in business from the city's various agencies.

AT&T is one of only two carriers with which the City has negotiated a "master services contract" for the provision of such services, as a result of a competitive procurement process.

AT&T described the deal as potentially one of the company's largest since the merger of SBC and AT&T.


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