The Associated Press

DALLAS – AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) has completed the sale of the European operations of a company that provides Wi-Fi hotspots in hotels and McDonald’s restaurants.

Wayport Holdings A/S, the European subsidiary of Wayport Inc., was sold to a subsidiary to the Swiss telecommunications company Swisscom AG.

AT&T bought the company in 2008 for $275 million and will continue to operate the U.S. business.

Financial terms were not disclosed when the sale closing was announced Friday.

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