AT&T charges

Ramp has processed transactions for AT&T.

You might see AT&T listed on your credit card statement as:
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AT&T could appear on your statement as:

What is AT&T?

AT&T is a telecommunications company that provides a wide range of services to its customers. The company was founded in 1983 and is headquartered in Dallas, Texas. AT&T has over 200,000 employees and is the second-largest provider of mobile phone services in the United States. AT&T's services include wireless, digital TV, internet, home phone, and high-speed internet. The company offers wireless plans that include unlimited talk and text and a set amount of data. In addition to mobile phone services, AT&T also provides a variety of digital TV options, including streaming services and satellite TV. Customers can also subscribe to home phone and high-speed internet services. AT&T also offers a wide range of products, including smartphones, tablets, and smartwatches.

Top 5 products and services offered by AT&T:

  1. Mobile phone plans with unlimited talk and text
  2. Digital TV services, including streaming and satellite options
  3. Home phone services with local and long-distance calling options
  4. High-speed internet with a variety of plans to choose from
  5. Smartphones, tablets, and accessories for purchase

AT&T website:

“Accurate classification of expenses is vital for businesses as it forms the backbone of financial reporting, tax compliance, and strategic decision-making. It enables businesses to track and analyze their spending patterns, identify cost-saving opportunities, and assess the profitability of various operations or projects.”
Audrey Carroll
Senior Manager, Accounting, Ramp

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