(INDIANAPOLIS) - AT&T Indiana says it will invest 250-million dollars statewide over the next three years to deliver next-generation video and broadband services to Hoosiers.
Governor Mitch Daniels joined AT&T Chief Operating Officer Randall Stephenson and other business and education leaders for the announcement.
AT&T says the investment was made possible by the passage of a telecom reform bill earlier this year by the Indiana General Assembly.
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