Mon August 20, 2012
AT&T investing more in Indiana in 2012
Legislation to deregulate the telecommunication industry in Indiana is credited with opening the door for hundreds-of-millions of dollars of investments.
In 2006, the General Assembly passed a law to allow more freedoms for those types of businesses.
AT&T Indiana President George Fleetwood says that has resulted in more Hoosiers and companies getting better communication access.
Monday in Lafayette, AT&T announced its invested $365-million in wireless and wired networks across the state in the first half of 2012.
That’s $15-million more than the company invested all of last year.