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Cingular Wireless

2000–2007

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The main heading logo font is a modified version of a font quite like the sans-serif Avenir Next. This font survived until the Cingular Wireless brand was phased out in 2007.

2004–2007

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Cingular's plan to merge with the AT&T Wireless Services of the time (not to be confused with the current AT&T brand of wireless services, AT&T Mobility) was first announced in February of 2004. However it wasn't until October 27, 2004, when the final merge was done; by that time, the merge was announced on their website.[3]

2007

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On November 18, 2005, AT&T received a major redesign from Interbrand to coincide with the merge of SBC (thus, until Feb. 2009, would be marketed as The New AT&T). Since then, it was revealed from rumors that AT&T was planning on reusing its name for wireless; the Cingular name still survived in full until early 2007. On March 5, 2006, it was revealed AT&T was planning on taking over BellSouth's wireless division and their share in Cingular. The merge was finished by December 29, 2006 (3 days before the start of 2007, the time when the gradual transition started). On January 14, 2007, Cingular's logo on its website and on many ads were replaced with the transitional logo above to reflect the fact that it is becoming AT&T Mobility.

AT&T Mobility

2007–2015

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2015–present

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References

Ameritech Mobile Communications
BellSouth Mobility
Southwestern Bell Mobile Systems
Pacific Bell Wireless
AT&T Wireless Services
AT&T Mobility
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