Zayo amends its existing revolving credit facility; AT&T invests over $3B in Illinois networks

Wireline news from across the web:

> Zayo Group has amended, extended and increased its existing revolving credit facility. Release

> South African carrier access provider MetroFiber Networx (MFN) has launched fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) services in Midrand's Glenferness through its partner, Internet service provider Greencom. Article

> AT&T has invested more than $3 billion in its wireless and wired networks in Illinois between 2012 through 2014. Release

Cable News
> Driven by the technology's proliferation across devices beyond just televisions, such as smartphones, tablets and personal computers, the global market for 4K/Ultra HD will nearly double in revenue this year to $18.8 billion, according to IHS. Article

> Looking to accelerate the deployment of its cloud-based X1 video platform, Comcast has quietly lowered the upgrade cost for select existing customers from $49.99 to $19.99. Article

Wireless News
> Republic Wireless, a Wi-Fi first carrier that jumps onto Sprint's cellular network when Wi-Fi coverage isn't available, plans to launch a new offer that will give customers credits for their unused cellular data. Article

> América Móvil shareholders on Friday approved a plan to spin off the company's wireless tower assets into a new company called Telesites. Article

And finally… @DimensionData: A major change is occurring, not just in the structure of #contactcentres, but in the broader service industry. Post

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