AT&T definition

AT&T means AT&T Inc.
AT&T means AT&T Corp., a New York corporation.
AT&T has the meaning set forth in the Preamble.

Examples of AT&T in a sentence

  • These processes involve electronic transmission and/or posting to the AT&T CLEC Online website, inclusive of a variety of subjects including declaration of a force majeure, changes on business processes and policies, and other product/service related notices not requiring an amendment to this Agreement.

  • Each of the AT&T owned ILEC(s) for which this Agreement is executed represents and warrants that it has full power and authority to perform its obligations hereunder.

  • Each of the AT&T owned ILEC(s) for which this Agreement is executed represents and warrants that AT&T Services, Inc.

  • AT&T currently plans to discontinue this Service on or after June 30, 2024.

  • Controls will be appropriately applied to insure the sanity of AT&T TENNESSEE’s network; and, in the event that a switch or facility node is lost, the NMC will attempt to circumvent the failure using available reroutes.

More Definitions of AT&T

AT&T shall have the meaning assigned in the preamble hereto.
AT&T means AT&T, as defined in the opening paragraph immediately preceding Section 1, its parents, subsidiaries, affiliates, agents, directors, and employees.
AT&T means AT&T Mobility, LLC, AT&T Services, Inc., New Cingular Wireless PCS, LLC, and DIRECTV, LLC, or any of their respective affiliates, or any affiliate of AT&T, Inc.
AT&T means AT&T Parent and Affiliates thereof that are parties to the Master Agreement.
AT&T means the participating carriers identified in the Participating Carrier Table in Section SD-1.3.
AT&T means Defendant AT&T Inc., a Delaware corporation with its headquarters in Dallas, Texas, its successors and assigns, and its subsidiaries, divisions, groups, affiliates, partnerships, and joint ventures, and their directors, officers, managers, agents, and employees.
AT&T means American Telephone and Telegraph Company, a New York corporation, and its successors.