AT&T Adds to Connected Car Ranks Building on GM, Audi

AT&T Inc. (T), the largest U.S. phone company, said it reached a deal with a global automaker to add to its ranks of customers seeking connectivity in its cars.
The carmaker, based outside Asia, will have vehicles using AT&T’s wireless services in markets including China in a matter of weeks, said Joe Mosele, an AT&T vice president for devices including connected autos. He declined to name the automaker, which will be an addition to customers including Volvo Car Group, General Motors Co. and Tesla Motors Inc. (TSLA)