AT&G announced its nonprofit plans will expire on March 31, 2018, meaning the company will not be able to offer them to businesses that have a nonprofit status.
The company’s announcement came after the company posted earnings that were up 7% from a year earlier, and it said it was cutting expenses.
AT&t has about 4.5 million members.
AT &T also said it will be reducing its employee base by about 4,500 in the next two years, a move that it said would result in a reduction of $400 million in annual operating expenses.
The move comes after years of restructuring and layoffs that have reduced the company’s total workforce by nearly half.
AT-T has been the target of a number of regulatory probes over its business practices, including a federal investigation into its use of secret data and the release of documents that revealed it used an illegal program to track customer behavior.