America Online, AT&T Sign Wireless Agreement

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America Online and AT&T Wireless Services said yesterday that some of AOL's content and services will be accessible through AT&T's network.


The agreement calls for AOL services like e-mail, news and local guide Digital City to become available to AT&T Digital PocketNet users. AOL's MovieFone movie listings will also be available and receive premier placement on the main screen of Digital PocketNet.


AOL inked a similar deal with Sprint PCS in June.
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