AT&T Georgia Statement on FCC's Decision to Allow Trials of Transition to all-IP Network - - Bismarck/Minot/Williston/Dickinson-KXNEWS,ND

AT&T Georgia Statement on FCC's Decision to Allow Trials of Transition to all-IP Network

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ATLANTA, Jan. 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --  

The following statement may be attributed to Beth Shiroishi, President of AT&T-Georgia:

Yesterday's decision by the FCC to move forward with geographic trials signifies a recognition that the future of America will be greatly enriched by economic growth and innovation that will be generated by the evolution to an all-IP Network. 


Georgia has benefited from the strong vision of our elected leaders such as Governor Nathan Deal, Lt. Governor Casey Cagle, and House Speaker David Ralston who have implemented economic policies that encourage investments by companies like AT&T.  Many Georgians are now benefiting from the advanced products and services that our investment of almost $3.9 billion in our networks over the last three years is providing.    

Georgia is ready for this next step that is necessary to ensure our future competitiveness and individual success!   

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