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March 13, 2007

AT&T, Yahoo Relationship Changing

Will AT&T and Yahoo split?  Not likely, although news reports suggest that the market landscape where the provider (AT&T) pays Yahoo for the overlay of services is changed or gone.  Google and Microsoft apparently pay other providers to offer services to their customers.  Other reports note that Yahoo will strike a deal to offer advertising and web services to Cingular customers, and advertising to the upcoming TV over IP services that AT&T is rolling out.  It sounds more like the relationship is expanding, but the part about who is paying who to troll customer bases is changing.  Those details aren't public yet. 

Read the story in PC Magazine for more details.

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