AT&T gets a new wireless sports network
AT&P is getting ready to roll out its wireless sports channel, but it’s not the same AT&G.
The wireless giant is getting a new sports network.
The network will be called AT&M Sports, and it will be the first of its kind.
The new network will feature AT&T’s own channel as well as a slate of channels from other providers.
It will offer up to 40 hours of streaming every day, with a standard rate of $15 per month.
It’ll also offer up a new suite of sports content from ESPN, Fox Sports, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes and other partners.
The company will also offer its own streaming service, AT&ammo, which will be a bundle with AT&T Sports and other content.
“Our goal is to offer the best sports content for the customers we serve and make the most of the best technologies in the industry,” AT&AMCO CEO Randall Stephenson said in a statement.
The announcement comes as AT&ams sports network is getting closer to completion.
In June, AT &G announced that it was putting the network up for auction, with the bid at $1.1 billion.
Stephenson told analysts that AT&s bidding was “more than competitive,” with a range of potential bidders.
“The fact that we’ve got the right partner in place and a lot of money to invest, we’re very confident we’ll get a deal done,” Stephenson said at the time.
“We are also in very good financial shape.
We are very happy to have a great partner in AT&g.”
The company is reportedly preparing to go public with its IPO later this year, with shares expected to be up to $80 per share.
AT&ts plans to have its IPO scheduled for October 9.