Consolidated Communications, AT&T team up to deliver internet services

Jan 13, 2019

Portland — Consolidated Communications (NASDAQ: CNSL), a broadband and business communications provider, announced Jan. 10 it has joined forces with AT&T Communications to give customers more ways to order Consolidated Communications’ residential internet service by offering it through AT&T’s call centers and more than 50 retail stores throughout Northern New England.

Customers who purchase Consolidated Communications internet service at speeds up to 1 Gig through AT&T will receive the same high-quality internet services and features as customers buying directly through Consolidated Communications.

Additionally, DIRECTV satellite customers who bundle their DIRECTV service and Consolidated Communications internet service through this program may be eligible for an additional monthly credit on their DIRECTV service for 12 months, provided they meet certain requirements.

Consolidated Communications is responsible for the installation, maintenance, billing and customer service relationship with customers who order service through AT&T — just as if the customer ordered directly through Consolidated Communications.

About Consolidated Communications

Consolidated Communications Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ: CNSL) is a broadband and business communications provider serving consumers, businesses of all sizes, and wireless companies and carriers, across a 23-state service area that includes Maine. Consolidated Communications, based in Mattoon, Ill., offers data, voice, video, managed services, cloud computing and wireless backhaul.

About AT&T Communications

AT&T Communications is part of AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T). Learn more at att.com/CommunicationsNews.

 

 

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