AT&T U-verse brings FTTP services to Illinois apartment community

AT&T U-verse continues its growth in the multi dwelling unit (MDU) space as it announced a new agreement with Regency Apartments to bring triple play services to the new Windsor West Apartments in southwest Champaign, Ill.

The agreement is part of AT&T's Connected Communities program, which forms strategic marketing relationships with regional and national builders, developers, home owners associations and so on to deploy U-verse services--including voice, high-speed Internet and television--to residents.

Windsor West Apartments is one of the first Illinois communities to receive next-generation services via fiber directly to its 316 apartment units.

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