Becomes the second major US operator to do so.
AT&T will offer access to GetJar on about 50 different handsets, from feature phones to BlackBerrys. But not on iPhone, of course.
GetJar is to reside in the carrier's Media Mall software portal, and will offer close to 100,000 apps for download.
It's another sweet deal for GetJar, which has established itself as the 'indy' browser based alternative to a pre-loaded handset app store.
The firm now manages over three million downloads a day, and has partnerships in place with Belgacom, Sprint, Sony Ericsson, Rogers, 3UK, The Carphone Warehouse and Virgin Mobile France.