Is New Cingular Wireless the same as AT?

AT Inc. and BellSouth Corp. merge, consolidating ownership of the Cingular Wireless brand and operating under one global brand. Cingular acquires AT Wireless, a spinoff of AT Corp.

Is New Cingular Wireless T Mobile?

T‑Mobile USA to End Network Venture with Cingular and Acquire California/Nevada Network and Spectrum. provide network services to Cingular under a wholesale arrangement until Cingular’s customers in these markets transition to the networks it will acquire through its pending merger with AT Wireless Services, Inc.

What network does Cingular use?

What network does Consumer Cellular use? Consumer Cellular piggybacks on two GSM-based networks: AT and T-Mobile. That gives the carrier nationwide reach and fairly dependable service, as both AT and T-Mobile rated highly in our recent survey of network speed tests.

Is AT owned by T Mobile?

Announcement. AT announced its intention to buy T-Mobile USA for $39 billion from Deutsche Telekom. The deal would come with 33.7 million subscribers, making AT the largest mobile phone company in the United States.

What happened to Cingular?

The Cingular name will start to disappear on Monday, when the AT brand will once again describe a wireless offering in the U.S. AT Inc. will launch a new advertising campaign to replace the Cingular brand with its own, the company said today.

Who owns New Cingular Wireless?

Cingular Wireless was a mobile phone company from United States. Cingular is now owned by AT.

How did Cingular become the new AT?

Cingular became wholly owned by the new AT in December 2006 as a result of the new AT’s acquisition of BellSouth. After the merger, Cingular was renamed AT Mobility in late 2006 and remained the largest wireless carrier until 2009 when Verizon Wireless acquired Alltel to become the largest wireless service provider by a number of subscribers.

What happened to Cingular Wireless?

On December 29, 2006, the FCC gave its final approval to the AT and BellSouth merger. With both parent companies merged into one, Cingular Wireless officially became AT Mobility in 2007. The rebranding phase was a gradual process but by mid-2007, the Cingular Wireless brand (not the company) was officially discontinued for the AT name.