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Cingular / AT&T, 460 Town Center Place Suite 6: 2021   5 comments

Posted at 8:56 pm in closing




As reported by commenter Russell, this former AT&T location in Sandhill is to become a Substation II, the signage for which is already up. ColaDaily has the story.

(Hat tip to commenter Russell)

UPDATE 5 May 2022: Added Cingular to the post title.

Written by ted on May 4th, 2022

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5 Responses to 'Cingular / AT&T, 460 Town Center Place Suite 6: 2021'

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  1. It started out originally as Cingular. Notice the bright orange awning on the side. It’s left over from Cingular’s signature look. Not sure when it closed. Also around 2017 or 2018 an art gallery moved in. They had prints in the windows of people like Marilyn Monroe, Andy Griffith, Don Knotts, etc. Ultimately the gallery didn’t pay their lease and they closed around 2019 or 2020. Their merchandise was sold at auction. I cannot remember the name of the gallery. I’m also not 100% sure about the dates either.


    4 May 22 at 10:52 pm

  2. To add to that, if I'm remembering history correctly:

    Cingular was Bellsouth's wireless unit. I don't know if Bellsouth had already purchased what was left of AT&T, but at some point, they rebranded the whole company AT&T.


    5 May 22 at 11:23 am

  3. My first call phones were with Cingular. I even kept my Cingular SIM card until I got my first 3G/4G phone. The reps at At&T got a big kick out of that!! I still have a Bellsouth email account. I don't like


    5 May 22 at 2:25 pm

  4. Cingular gang rise up! I had it too. I wanted Suncom for its unlimited minutes plan, which was a rarity back in 2000. Unfortunately it wasn't available in Georgia, so Cingular it was. I also still have a Roadrunner email address from the 90s.


    5 May 22 at 2:51 pm

  5. badger, Cingular was a joint venture of BellSouth (40% ownership) and SBC (60%) formed in 2000. Between 2004 and 2006, Cingular bought AT&T Wireless (which by then was a separate company from AT&T), SBC bought AT&T, SBC renamed itself to AT&T, AT&T bought BellSouth, and AT&T abandoned the Cingular name in favor of just branding the wireless service AT&T.

    Kevin H.

    6 May 22 at 12:15 am

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