AT&T Wireless Buys Part Of US Cellular Network

Okay, so it’s not quite the big deal that everyone’s been waiting for, but AT&T Wireless announced today that they’ve U.S. Cellular’s wireless phone business in South Texas which serves 74,000 customers for $95 million. US Cellular is trying to get out of geographic areas that are far removed from the rest of their service. This isn’t the first time the two companies have dealt with each other either. However, on a slow news day, when everyone’s waiting to find out who buys whom, this is what gets picked up.

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