Qwest Unveils Wi-Fi Deal With AT&T

Qwest (Q) plans to announce a new wireless Internet offering that lets broadband customers access AT&T (T) hotspots around the country.

The deal, whose terms are undisclosed, gives Qwest customers free use of some 17,000 wireless areas on AT&T’s network, including locations at Starbucks (SBUX) and McDonald’s (MCD).

The Denver company will promote the new service as part of its advertising campaign, which broke late last month and is focused on its Internet-related offerings such as Personal Digital Vault, its online storage service.

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