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Alltel is now part of AT&T Wireless in Montana, Wyoming, Utah and Colorado. The network upgrade in your area is now complete. April 3, 2011

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your Alltel service is being transitioned to AT&T

AT&T has completed its acquisition of select Alltel properties in Montana, Wyoming, Utah and Colorado. AT&T is working to integrate these properties to deliver on AT&T’s commitment to provide the best possible experience and to help you connect with what matters most to you now, and in the years to come.

How is my service going to be impacted?

When your service transitions to AT&T, you can look forward to:

Find more information

This website contains important information for existing and new customers as well as answers to common questions you have about the merger.

About the merger with AT&T

Alltel in your area is now a part of AT&T
Learn more about the merger.

Information for New Customers

Find the perfect phone and plan with AT&T. Learn about the terrific deals now available to you.
Learn more about what is available to you.

Information for Existing Customers

Are you an Alltel customer with questions about how the merger affects you? Get answers and up-to-date information about how your service will be impacted.
Learn more about how the merger benefits you.

Transition Tips and Frequently Asked Questions

Get the latest updates related to your service transition, including key dates, important announcements, and tips on making your transition to AT&T easier. We have also compiled answers to the most frequently asked questions customers have about their service transition.
Learn more about your service transition.

For information on AT&T products and services go to att.com.
For information on AT&T’s acquisition of Alltel click here.
To find an AT&T store near you view our store locator.

ALU UMTS CORE Engineer (SME) July 18, 2010

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I am now in Billings, Montana as the ALU SME for their 3G-MSC product line. My job covers the onsite support for AT&T Mobility – Billings MSC.

I am responsible for the markets of Montana and Wyoming. I will be mentoring local technicians in the Operations, Administration, Maintenance and Provisioning of ALU LCP, MGW, MSN, DACs and other related equipment in Billings MSC.

Billings MSC is located in the corners of 2nd Avenue and 30th Streets. Below is a corner shot of the building.

att billings bldg 2

A little note about Billings, Montana.


Billings, Montana – a vibrant community known for its quiet neighborhoods and bustling business districts. With many community groups and recreational and cultural activities, we offer something for the entire family. 
In Billings, you will experience many services that enhance our community’s quality of life. We invite you to visit and see for yourself!


Yell. County Pop:

Billings Pop:

Trade Area:

Healthcare, Energy, Financial, Engineering, Hi-Tech, Ag, Largest coal reserves in USA

SE Montana, Yellowstone Nat. Park is S, Glacier Nat. Park is N, SW are the Tetons, E is the Custer Battlefield. Hike, Bike, Fish, Ski 10 Golf courses, 57 Municipal parks

University, Liberal Arts College, College of Technology

Real Estate:
Housing Avg – $170,000, Commercial land $8-10 PSF estimate

State incentive grant funds, State workforce training grant, low interest – fixed rate long term capital and infrastructure loans. SBA 504 Program, Revolving Loan funds

Arena seats 10,000, Minor league baseball, football, rodeos, Performing arts and community theatres, Opera, symphony, major museums, National entertainment – on the circuit between Seattle and New York

ALU 9353 WMS (Wireless Management System) Operations, Administration, Maintenance & Provisioning August 31, 2009

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I had just attended this training in Phoenix, AZ last August 26 to 27, 2009.

Below is the scope of the training.

Below is a block diagram of the WMS – Alarm Application:

wms block diagram

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