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  2. Ameritech - Wikipedia

    AT&T Teleholdings, Inc., formerly known as Ameritech Corporation (and before that American Information Technologies Corporation ), is an American telecommunications company that arose out of the 1984 AT&T divestiture. Ameritech was one of the seven Regional Bell Operating Companies that was created following the breakup of the Bell System.

  3. Ameritech | AT&T

    Cost Basis Guide. Ameritech. If you acquired AT&T Inc. (formerly SBC Communications Inc.) shares as a result of SBC's acquisition of Ameritech Corporation (AIT), use this worksheet. If you owned AT&T common stock (T) as of the close of business on April 5, 2022, the record date for distribution of shares of SpinCo, first calculate your AT&T ...

  4. Ameritech Corporation -- Company History

    Ameritech is a trustworthy and caring leader energized to create innovative, simple solutions for our customers' expanding communication needs. Company History: Ameritech Corporation is one of the largest telecommunications companies in the United States.

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  6. Ameritech Cellular - Wikipedia

    Ameritech Mobile Communications, LLC; Type: Holding of AT&T Mobility: Industry: Wireless Services: Founded: 1984: Headquarters: Chicago, IL: Products: AMPS: Parent: Ameritech (1984-1999) SBC (1999-2000) AT&T Mobility (2000-present) Website:

  7. Illinois Bell - Wikipedia

    It is owned by AT&T through AT&T Teleholdings, formerly Ameritech. Their headquarters are at 225 West Randolph St., Chicago , IL. After the 1984 Bell System Divestiture , Illinois Bell became a part of Ameritech , one of the 7 original Regional Bell Operating Companies .

  8. Ameritech Corporation | AT&T

    Ameritech Corporation Historical Dividend Data. Ameritech Corporation. Year. Payment Date. Record Date. Amount. 1999. 11-01-99. 09-09-99.

  9. Cell phone | National Museum of American History

    Ameritech—the first cellular carrier—charged subscribers $50 a month plus 40¢ a minute peak; 24¢ off-peak. Motorola introduced its 2-pound, 13-inch hand-held cellular phone (the DynaTAC 8000X, nicknamed “TheBrick”) in 1984.


    AMERITECH (AMERICAN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES CORP.) is the Chicago-based holding company founded in 1983 to receive all shares of 5 telephone companies: Illinois Bell, Indiana Bell, Michigan Bell, Wisconsin Bell, and Ohio Bell from the divestiture of AT&T. The new company subsequently organized subsidiaries for mobile communications service ...

  11. Did you hire Ameritech? Look out for a refund soon

    If you made payments to Ameritech for what you thought was your student loan, you may be getting a refund soon. Today, the FTC and DOJ are sending more than $9 million in refunds to people who lost money to this scheme. Think you might be eligible? Read on for information on what to do.