Briefs: AT&T, Cingular, Yahoo! in mobile info deal

Feb 21, 2006

AT&T, Cingular Wireless, and Yahoo! said Tuesday they will work together to provide information on the go.

The AT&T Yahoo! Go Mobile service will be available from the Nokia 6682 handset from Cingular in 13 U.S. states.

The service will bring together AT&T's phone service with e-mail, messaging, address book, and calendar applications.

Copyright 2006 by United Press International

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