AT&T has announced that Junk my Car, a leading vehicle-removal service in North America, has awarded a new integrated voice services contract to AT&T. Junk my Car has been an AT&T customer since 2005.
Under terms of the three-year contract, Junk my Car will migrate to AT&T Business Network (ABN) service, providing Junk my Car with an integrated billing, contracting and service solution for local and long distance services. ABN service is flexible and is designed to easily expand as Junk my Car does. ABN service can also adapt to additional service needs as they arise.
Open Joint Stock Company “Vimpel-Communications” (“VimpelCom”), today announced the completion of the merger of its indirect wholly-owned subsidiary, Lillian Acquisition, Inc. (“Lillian Acquisition”) with and into Golden Telecom, Inc. (“Golden Telecom”).
Because Lillian Acquisition was the owner of at least 90 percent of the shares of common stock of Golden Telecom outstanding immediately prior to the merger, under applicable Delaware law no action was required by Golden Telecom’s other stockholders to effect the merger. Upon completion of the merger, Golden Telecom became the surviving corporation and an indirect wholly owned subsidiary of VimpelCom. Each remaining share of Golden Telecom common stock was canceled and (other than those shares of common stock, if any, owned by stockholders who properly perfect dissenters’ rights) converted into the right to receive $105.00 in cash, without interest.
Verizon Wireless will break new ground in wireless retail on Saturday, March 1, when it celebrates the grand opening of its new “evolution” store in Grand Junction. The store is designed to make it easy for customers to get hands-on experience with the latest voice, data, music and video devices.
The store is located at 2502 Highway 6 & 50 (northeast corner) in Grand Junction.
Guests will enjoy free tasty treats, games, special discounted phone deals and so much more!
Verizon Wireless Communications Store
2502 Highway 6 & 50, Grand Junction, CO 81505
Saturday, March 1, 2008 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
In response to the growing demand for the company’s voice and data products and services, Verizon Wireless, this weekend will begin a two-week grand opening celebration of its newest Communications Store at 2151 Lemoine Avenue in Fort Lee. Grand opening festivities will include two days of family fun and a donation to a non-profit agency serving local families at risk.
The new store integrates the interactive retail design introduced last spring at the company’s Communications Store on Route 3 in Clifton. It features over 3,000 square feet of retail, technical support and customer service space to accommodate hands-on displays in a full-service environment.
In an industry-defining move, Sprint announced it will launch a domestic unlimited pricing plan that gives customers unlimited voice, data, text, e-mail, Web-surfing, Sprint TV(SM), Sprint Music, GPS Navigation, Direct Connect(R) and Group Connect(R) for $99.99 a month. The new pricing plan is available to existing and new customers beginning tomorrow.
“This is a bold, unprecedented move,” said Dan Hesse, president and CEO, Sprint Nextel. “Wireless today is about much more than just voice. It is about data services – texting, email, video, pictures, music, navigation, surfing the Web and more. Customers want these applications, but without complexity and without having to worry about their bill. The $99.99 Simply Everything plan delivers it all right to the palm of their hand now.”