AT&T invested $950mn to upgrade its networks in Mississippi during 2012-14
Leading US wireless carrier AT&T has disclosed in an announcement made on March 31 that, during the three-year period between 2012 and 2014, the company has made a more than $950 million investment in its wired and wireless networks in Mississippi.
According to AT&T, the massive investment that the company has made in Mississippi will essentially help bring about an improvement in the AT&T services, enabling consumers as well as businesses to benefit from enhanced network performance.
AT&T also said that the upgrades which it has made to the local networks in Mississippi were essentially aimed at making the carrier's network more reliable, along with unfolding improved coverage and speed.
Revealing that a total of nearly 131 services upgrades were made by AT&T for its Mississippi wireless networks in 2014 alone, AT&T said that the investment made in Mississippi was part of the company's Project Velocity IP (or VIP) investment plan pertaining to the expansion and improvement of the AT&T network.
With AT&T having launched new high-speed Wi-Fi connections and some novel cell sites as a result of the wireless-network upgrades in Mississippi, Mayo Flynt - president of AT&T Mississippi - said: "AT&T's continued investment in Mississippi brings a host of new, innovative opportunities for residents and businesses to connect with each other and their customers."
The overall ‘asthma epidemic’ among children has...Read More
People in huge numbers gathered in the Mount Lofty...Read More
As New Year is approaching, people have already...Read More
Alzheimer’s disease, the commonest cause of...Read More
Cases of opioid abuse have been increasing and...Read More
In an announcement made on December 22, cable giant...Read More