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América Móvil, the Latin American carrier owned by magnate Carlos Slim, has announced a deeper partnership with AT&T to deliver IP-based services to enterprises throughout LatAm and growth markets in Asia and the Middle East.

A memorandum of understanding will allow AT&T to deepen its existing reach in Latin America using América Móvil networks in 15 countries throughout the region; while América Móvil will be able to use AT&T’s global network infrastructure to provide IP services in the US and the rest of the world. One of the key services delivered by the duo will be VPNs for multinationals doing business in or with Latin America.

“As part of AT&T’s commitment to deliver consistent and seamless global services for our enterprise customers, we continue to evolve our strategy to establish alliances in key regions in the world,” said Roman Pacewicz, AT&T Business Solutions senior vice president of marketing and global strategy. “This, in turn will enable multinational companies to compete better globally.”

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