AT&T said Friday that it will sell Apple's iPad direct to business customers in a move that could bolster enterprise adoption of the popular tablet.
AT&T has said that it was seeing a strong corporate response to the iPad. Now it is ramping up the distribution.
In a statement, AT&T said it will sell all three flavors of the iPad and "offer attractive post-paid mobile broadband price plans." AT&T will sell the iPad through its business account reps Oct. 28. That's the same day that Verizon and AT&T will sell the iPad at its retail stores.
Simply put, Apple will have all of its distribution levers working.