AT&T Inc. has appointed one of its American executives, Mark Shine, as its new
president of wireless communications services in India.
Shine has served as the vice president of AT&T’s Global Sales Operations
division, and up until now has been based in Bedminster, New Jersey. His latest
appointment is retroactive to October 1, 2007, and he is expected to relocate to
New Delhi before January 1, 2008.
“India is a strategic market for our global plans, and AT&T has the commitment
to play an important role in the remarkable development taking place,” Shine
said in a statement. “AT&T has the experience and capability to build
stateoftheart mobile infrastructure and provide Indian customers with the
very latest in mobile voice and data communication services to meet surging
demand in the country.”
AT&T became the first global telecom provider to enter the Indian market when
its Global Network Services India division won national and international
telephone licenses in the country in October 2006.
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