Shares of iGo (Nasdaq: IGOC), an online retailer that sells accessories for mobile computing devices and cellular phones, gained 1-31/32 to 9-31/32 Tuesday after the company announced a deal with AT&T.
iGo is now one of the first e-commerce/ direct distributors of AT&T’s Digital One Rate wireless service.
Even after Tuesday’s strong gain, shares of iGo are below their October IPO price of $12 and well below their high of 26-1/8. iGo stock has struggled as investors have become more selective about business-to-consumer (B2C) stocks. This stock, however, seems to have a lot of upside. The company also has a deal with IBM, and if nothing else, iGo looks like a cheap wireless play.