As predicted, the deal was quickly approved and the transaction closed late last week.
"It won’t matter which country you’re in or which country you’re calling – it will all be one network, one customer experience,” said AT&T CEO Stephenson.
Now the hard work begins - AT&T intends to both extend Iusacell's current coverage as well as upgrading the existing network to 4G LTE speeds.
There are no details yet announced on just how cross-border access will work for customers, but this holds a lot of potential for easing connectivity needs of RVers who head south for the winter.
AT&T Closes Acquisition of Mexico Wireless Provider Iusacell - AT&T Newsroom
AT&T Expanding into Mexico? - RVMobileInternet.com