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Membership Benefits Include:
  • TelCo Retiree Association enjoys an “Executive” level access to AT&T which enables problem resolution when issues are not resolved by AT&T agents.

  • The TelCo Retirees Association website provides timely access to the latest AT&T updates and other information concerning members retirement benefits.

  • TelCo Retirees Association is a charter member of the NRLN (National Retiree Legislative Network) which represents retirees to the U.S. Congress.

  • TelCo Retiree Association participates and supports NRLN’s efforts to enact federal legislation to protect retiree pensions and benefits.

OUR PURPOSE:

Membership in the TelCo Retirees Association, Inc. is open to all retired AT&T Employees including predecessor companies; Pacific Bell, Nevada Bell, SBC and AT&T.

TelCo Retirees Association Inc. will act to represent the interests of all members and their dependents regarding pension, health care, and other retiree issues.

    Current News:
  • AT&T Inc. (T) Makes Third-Largest Corporate Deal, Sells $17.5 Billion In Bonds The long-awaited deal with DirecTV is in addition to the record pace of debt sales this year
  • By Larry Darrell; Bidness Etc ~ Apr 25, 2015 AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) has made a transaction worth $17.5 billion on Thursday, by selling its bonds for funding its long-awaited deal with DIRECTV (NASDAQ:DTV). This stands as the third-largest on-record corporate


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