Google Inc. said on Monday it had begun supplying its Internet search engine to some AT&T Wireless customers in the latest deal between the Internet service group and a cell phone company. 

Google said in a news release its search engine would be available immediately to AT&T Digital PocketNet Service Premium Plan under the ``Other Sites'' menu listing on Internet-ready handsets and allow access to more than 1.6 billion Web pages. 

Privately held Google, whose investors include Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and Sequoia Capital, said the AT&T deal followed similar ones struck with other wireless providers such as Sprint PCS and Vodafone. 

Financial details were not released.