AT&T launches financing program to help businesses with their wireless solutions

Updated: January 07, 2011

AT&T Capital Services is trying to lend a hand to companies who need access to cash by providing loans for AT&T products and services. This new program will give businesses the ability to invest in wireless systems and data plans offered by the telecommunication provider. AT&T has traditionally focused their financing services on wired technologies such as office phones and equipment. With their new wireless loan program they estimate they have already given out loans totaling a few hundred thousand dollars. Loans as small as $1,000 are available to small businesses looking to buy AT&T wireless solutions.

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