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AT&T names a primary wireless services provider by Apollo Group.

TELECOMWORLDWIRE-22 May 2009-AT&T names a primary wireless services provider by Apollo Group(C)1994-2009 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com

US communications holding company AT&T (NYSE:T) announced on Thursday (21 May) that the Apollo Group, the parent company of University of Phoenix and other academic institutions, has named AT&T its primary wireless services provider.

Under the terms of the three-year agreement, Apollo Group will offer corporate, employee and student discounts on a wide range of AT&T products and services, from smartphones to AT&T's LaptopConnect card, to its 60,000-member workforce, faculty, alumni and the 400,000 students who study at its physical and online campuses and learning centres across the US.

In addition, Apollo Group will also join AT&T and the charity Cell Phones for Soldiers (CPFS) in recycling thousands more cell phones this year, thereby becoming the first AT&T business customer to recycle with AT&T and the charity.

AT&T said that wireless users can drop off used cell phones and accessories at any of the 2,000-plus AT&T stores across the US and at University of Phoenix ground campuses.

Or, usersA can download free shipping labels from http://www.att.com/recyclewireless and mail them to the recycling plant on behalf of the cause.

Financial details of the agreement were not available.

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