Technology is the path from an idea drawn on a napkin to an astronaut standing on the moon. What happens in between — innovation, investment and determination — is at the very core of AT&T.


Tackling Environmental and Social Challenges
with Technology

AT&T products and services can help reduce environmental impact, enhance student learning and improve quality of life.


ICT Solutions

Information and Communication Technology (ICT) solutions — comprising hardware, software and broadband and wireless technologies — can enable people and businesses to make more energy-efficient choices and reduce environmental impacts and costs.

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It Can Wait/Responsible Use of Technology

We are dedicated to empowering our customers to use our products and services in a safe and responsible manner.

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Mobilizing Learning

Technology is fundamentally altering education by removing barriers so that everyone – regardless of age, gender, income or zip code – has the opportunity to make their dreams a reality. AT&T is helping to drive this change by developing tools for anytime, anywhere learning.

 Visit the AT&T Aspire website >



Accessibility is a commitment to help all our customers and employees communicate everywhere they live and work by offering a range of innovative and accessible products and services to meet a variety of disability and age-related needs. We recently launched an industry leading Corporate Accessibility Technology Office (CATO), led by one of the only Corporate Accessibility Officers, to meet the technology needs of customers with disabilities.

Read AT&T CATO White Paper >

Read the Accessibility Issue Brief >



Innovation is part of everything we do. Our culture of innovation is aimed at creating a connected world for customers at home, work or play. We’re working with innovators inside and outside AT&T to create unique personal, digital and mobile experiences that enrich and simplify their lives.

Visit the AT&T Innovation website >

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Digital Compass

If you have middle-schoolers and are looking to help your child navigate the web, check out Digital Compass. This new free app is designed to help start the conversation about digital citizenship between you and your (almost) teenagers and help kids think about the real-world impact of their online choices.

Go to DigitalCompass.org to get the app >


An average of more than four patents (U.S. and foreign) received per business day

More than $21 billion invested in our wired and wireless networks in 2014

More than 1,500 prototypes of apps developed at AT&T Hackathons since 2012

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