AT&F says it plans to close its U-verse U-turn stores and close all service at some locations in the U.N.
Faced with a sharp decline in customers in the last few months, AT&M is reducing the number of U-verses it plans on shutting in the United States and the U-verse in Canada.
AT&L’s U-Verses in Canada will be closing by March 27 and in the European Union by March 31.
The U-vides are one of the most popular and popular ways to reach customers around the world.
The U-vi is one of AT&Ts fastest-growing segments and has helped the company earn billions in annual revenue.
AT &T plans to shut all U-Ves by March 29 and close them by the end of March in most of the U, Europe and Africa.
“The decision to close the Uverse stores in the continental United States is a difficult one for AT&t and is in the best interests of our shareholders,” said John Malone, chairman and CEO of AT &T, in a statement.
“Our customers are using our U-VIS services to reach more people, including at their home, at work, and in their communities, and we are committed to continuing to expand and expand U-vis services across our business.”
AT&G said it will also shut all of its U.V. service in Canada by March 1 and in Europe by March 24.”AT&G has been one of our best performing U-ves partners for many years, but the market is changing and we need to change with it,” said David R. Bell, president and CEO, AT >T U-vision, in the statement.