AT&T confirms USD20m investment in USVI in 2010/12

25 Feb 2013

Telecoms giant AT&T has announced that it invested more than USD20 million in its wireless and wireline networks in the United States Virgin Islands (USVI) between 2010 and 2012. Ray Flores, regional vice president of AT&T’s operations in Puerto Rico and the USVI, commented: ‘Across the USVI, this robust investment in the AT&T wireless and wireline networks is important to spurring the economy and creating jobs. In our wireless world, mobile and broadband networks help create economic opportunities for health care, manufacturing, education, transportation and public safety and virtually every other economic sector’. Jose Juan Davila , AT&T’s vice president and general manager, added: ‘Delivering for our United States Virgin Islands customers is a top priority and our ongoing investment here is designed to deliver a superior mobile internet experience, encompassing speed, coverage and reliability’.