At&T Expands Mobile Services Management For Global Customers

AT&T Global Mobile Management Services Provide Streamlined End-to-End Management of Mobility Operations in Supported Countries

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AT&T* is helping its qualified global enterprise customers significantly simplify their mobile environment with custom mobile management services. These comprehensive services provide enterprises with endtoend management of mobile service providers in supported countries, increasing the enterprise customers' visibility and control over their use and spending on wireless services in such countries.

AT&T Global Mobile Management Services supports the full spectrum of a customer's mobile service management needs through multicarrier management, standardized operations and consolidated reporting. AT&T already manages tens of thousands of wireless lines for subscribers located in more than 40 countries worldwide on all major continents - and expects to expand this managed service to subscribers located in more than 60 countries this year.

In today's global business environment where companies are pressured to reduce costs and streamline operations, AT&T Global Mobile Management Services is a flexible offering which can meet the evolving needs of a global organization by driving lower management and mobility service costs. AT&T provides a wireless voice servicebased savings commitment to customers of this service.

"Widespread mobile services adoption among enterprises is critical for employee productivity and sustained competition in the global economy. Because mobile has evolved as a localized department or countrylevel procurement, there is no process for central budget visibility or planning," said Mark A. Winther, Group Vice President and Consulting Partner of Worldwide Telecommunications, IDC. "Global enterprises need a mobile management solution that reduces costs, improves transparency and facilitates centralized budget controls."

AT&T Global Mobile Management Services offers enterprise customers with more than 10,000 mobile users the ability to:

- Reduce mobile service spend through multicarrier management and consolidation of users to preferred carriers, effective policy enforcement, and active telecom expense management.

- Have AT&T act as the single point of contact for managing and tracking qualified mobility transactions and escalating network outages, provisioning errors and other incidents and issues to the appropriate providers.

- Increase visibility and control into the use of mobile services through consolidated usage and spend reporting.

"From our experience of delivering the bestinclass network services to AT&T business customers throughout the world, we understand the need to contain costs yet provide unparalleled services and support," said Chris Hill, vice president, mobility product management, AT&T Business Solutions. "AT&T offers an endtoend solution which includes serving as the single point of contact managing mobility services across carriers, in dozens of countries throughout the world. Today, we're expanding our solution to more countries to help our customers manage their mobile services even more efficiently."

AT&T is an industry leader in serving large business customers, serving thousands of enterprise business customers, including all of the Fortune 1000 and multinational companies on six continents.

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