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Company Overview of SmarTalk TeleServices, Inc.

Company Overview

In March 1999, SmarTalk TeleServices, Inc. sold all the assets of the company to AT&T Corp., pursuant to the terms of an asset purchase agreement between the company and AT&T. The company had filed voluntary petitions for relief under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Court, in January 1999. Previously, SmarTalk TeleServices, Inc. provided prepaid telecommunications and prepaid wireless products and services.

5080 Tuttle Crossing Blvd

Dublin, OH 43016-3566

United States

540 Employees

Phone:

614-789-8500

Key Executives for SmarTalk TeleServices, Inc.

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