ATT CEO: Post-merger, CallVantage will remain in place

Have you ever wondered what will happen to the widely praised AT&T CallVantage service once the proposed merger with SBC Communications goes thru?Apparently, the offering will remain in place.

Have you ever wondered what will happen to the widely praised AT&T CallVantage service once the proposed merger with SBC Communications goes thru?

Apparently, the offering will remain in place. That's according to a statement released today by AT&T. The statement both quoted and paraphrased CEO David Dorman's remarks today during his keynote address to the American Enterprise Institute.

According to the statement:

"Dorman added that AT&Ts residential Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) service, AT&T CallVantage, would remain an important component of the combined AT&T-SBC consumer bundle, helping drive broadband adoption rates while adding to the list of services where the Bells compete in each other's regions."

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