FCC hands AT&T final OK on Centennial purchase

11/5/2009 | Bloomberg

AT&T has won the FCC's approval for the wireless carrier's $945 million buyout of Centennial Communications, a deal that beefs up AT&T's base by 1.1 million customers, the agency said Thursday. The mainly rural-based Centennial operates sites in the South and Midwest, and the new company must divest systems in Louisiana and Mississippi, the Department of Justice ruled last month. The FCC attached other conditions to the deal as well.

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