AT&T invests $1.65B in its Michigan networks; Level 3's Storey to speak at J.P. Morgan event on May 24

Wireline news from across the web:

> AT&T has invested close to $1.65 billion in its Michigan wireless, as well as wired networks during the three year period 2013 -2015. Release

> FCC's Clyburn takes a bullish stance on telehealth's role in behavioral care. Health Data Management article 

> CamTel, Cameroon's state-owned incumbent telecoms operator, has secured a financing arrangement with U.S. lender William F Clark & Co to extend the country's fiber network from 6,000 km to 20,000 km. TeleGeography article

> Jeff Storey, president and CEO of Level 3 Communications, will present at the J.P. Morgan Global Technology, Media and Telecom Conference on May 24 in Boston. Release

> Maroc Telecom, the largest ISP in Morocco, is blocking all online gaming in the country. Broadband Reports article

Cable News
> The rise of Netflix has helped solidify the popularity of binge watching, a concept that flies in the face of traditional linear TV. Article

> Comcast formally announced plans to open a new customer service center in Fort Collins, Colorado, a move that will bring 600 new jobs to the area. Article

Installer News
> Sprint and Windstream may be ramping up their presence in the Ethernet services race, but to get the necessary scale these service providers can't justify building out fiber to every business location they serve. Article

Wireless News
> Intel should finally throw in the towel on the mobile business if it can't score a deal to get its chips into a high-profile handset, according to Will Strauss of Forward Concepts. But the market research firm is confident the company's wares will make their way into at least some upcoming iPhones. Article

> AT&T and Sprint are hoping to boost second-quarter subscriber adds with new promotions continuing the buy-one, get-one theme. Article

And finally … Frontier has completed a major purchase that expands its footprint, but the move comes with some big risks. The Motley Fool article