AT&T expands U-verse presence in Louisville, Ky.

AT&T (NYSE: T) is keeping up its promise of U-verse service expansion with continued expansion of the service in its Louisville, Ky. market. With this network expansion, AT&T is making its U-verse service suite of U-verse TV, high speed Internet and U-verse voice available to over 100,000 single and multi-tenant homes.

Reaching the 100,000 mark in Louisville follows ongoing deployments in other Kentucky-based areas including Hopkinsville and Oak Grove.

During the first six months of 2010, AT&T said it that had invested more than $80 million in its Kentucky wireless and wireline networks. In addition to expanding U-verse services, AT&T upgraded its last mile Fiber to the Node (FTTN) network to extend the reach of U-verse broadband services.

For more:
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