NEWS ITEM: AT&T offers low-cost Internet option to close the DirecTV deal


ATLANTA– July 8th, 2015– The Atlanta Business Chronicle reports that AT&T Inc. has agreed to offer a lower-priced Internet option to food stamp recipients for four years once the merger with DirecTV is approved.

The move comes after the Federal Communications Commission expressed a desire for such an option from the combined company, according to a letter AT&T (NYSE: T) sent to the FCC on July 1.

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