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Salt Lake City-based Spring Mobile acquires A-Link Wireless
Mobile » Retailer of AT&T mobile phones now grows to 120 stores in 11 states.
First Published Sep 12 2013 01:52 pm • Last Updated Sep 12 2013 01:52 pm

Spring Mobile, the Utah authorized retailer of AT&T mobile phones, announced it has acquired A-Link Wireless, another phone retailer with locations in California, Arizona and New Mexico.

With the acquisition of A-Link’s 22 stores, Spring Mobile has grown to 120 stores in 11 states, according to a statement issued this week. The company will now have stores in Los Angeles, San Diego, Tucson and Phoenix.

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"As with past acquisitions, we expect to meaningfully increase sales and inventory levels, and at the same time, continue to provide the best AT&T wireless services to our customers," Jason Ellis, Spring Mobile president, said in the statement.

Headquartered in Salt Lake City, Spring Mobile began in 2001 and now employs 525 people.

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