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When did AT&T change their logo?
Thereof, what does the AT&T logo look like?
The company wanted a logo that would symbolize the company's global reach. To that end they created the well-known globe logo of AT&T. The designers also borrowed the pleasing blue color from the former Bell logo so as to connect the old to the new.
Similarly, who designed the AT&T logo? Saul Bass
One may also ask, what does the AT&T symbol mean?
The globe in AT&T's logo is intended to convey that AT&T has a global presence. When the logo was redesigned, the new globe was made three-dimensional, representing the expanding breadth and depth of services that the new AT&T family of companies would provide to it's customers.
What was AT&T called before it was known as AT&T?
AT&T began its history as Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, a subsidiary of the Bell Telephone Company, founded by Alexander Graham Bell in 1877. The Bell Telephone Company became the American Telephone and Telegraph Company in 1885 and was later rebranded as AT&T Corporation.