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The original Southern Bell, BellSouth is the incumbent local exchange carrier (ILEC) for nine states from Louisiana to Kentucky. In spite of a decrease in demand for local wireline services, the Baby Bell has more than 20 million access lines in service. In late 2006 BellSouth was acquired by AT&T (formerly SBC Communications) in a deal valued at $86 billion, making it the world's largest telecom operator by market capitalization. Prior to the acquisition, BellSouth owned 40% of Cingular Wireless (now AT&T Mobility), the #1 mobile phone operator in the US; the deal gave...
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Randall L. Stephenson
Chairman & CEO AT & T
Pros: The job has decent pay, good benefits, and opportunity for overtime. Most of the time you are allowed to run your job. – Full Review
No Offer – Interviewed in Atlanta, GA (US) – Reviewed May 01, 2014
Interview Details I had an interview to work as a contractor for Bellsouth. I was informed that this position was very much for “Indians” and not “Chiefs” (a bad sign to begin with… not even accounting for the racism). I was told there would be a test and given the opportunity to study for the test which was very… – Full Interview