San Jose, California – (The Hosting News) – September 28, 2007 – Web host and national provider of integrated voice and data communications firm, Covad Communications Group, Inc., has extended its Line Sharing Agreement with AT and T.
Agreement will continue to May 2009, and also includes extentions of the commercial terms as to former BellSouth territory, and guarantees access to AT and T copper and remote-terminal facilities for new Covad line share customers. The agreement also provides for commercial access to AT and T copper facilities in the former Bellsouth territory, also through May 2009.
Covad and ATT also resolved a number of disputes. Charles Hoffman, President and Chief Executive Officer at Covad remarked, ”We are pleased to extend and enhance our line sharing agreement with AT and T. This agreement highlights the important relationship Covad has with AT and T, our largest customer.” Line sharing allows Covad to deploy its suite of broadband services on the same line that customers use for their voice phone services.
Covad is a nationwide provider of integrated voice and data communications, offering DSL, Voice Over IP, T1, broadband wireless, web hosting, managed security, IP and dial-up, and bundled voice and data services directly through its network and Internet Service Providers, value-added resellers, telecommunications carriers and affinity groups to small and medium-sized businesses and home users. Covad broadband services are currently available across the nation in 44 states and 235 Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) and can be purchased by more than 57 million homes and businesses, which represent over 50 percent of all US homes and businesses. Corporate headquarters is located at 110 Rio Robles San Jose, CA 95134. Telephone: 1-888-GO-COVAD.
For more information about Covad, please visit: www.covad.com.