AT&T invested over USD40m in fixed, wireless Puerto Rican networks in H1

12 Aug 2013

In the first half of 2013 AT&T says it invested more than USD40 million in its wireless and fixed networks in Puerto Rico. The investments included deployment of new macro cell sites and capacity enhancements across the state as part of AT&T’s Project Velocity IP, a three-year investment plan announced last autumn to expand and enhance its IP broadband networks. The company also expanded and enhanced its 4G LTE network. Highlights of network upgrades completed so far this year in Puerto Rico include a 4G LTE expansion to Vieques and LTE expansions in San Juan, Yabucoa, Ponce, Dorado, Guaynabo and Toa Alta. AT&T’s LTE services are available in areas across the island including the greater San Juan area, Guayama, San German, Cabo Rojo and Yauco. The 2013 year-to-date network investment follows the USD325 million-plus that AT&T invested in its Puerto Rico wireless and wired networks from 2010 through 2012, according to its press release.

Puerto Rico, AT&T Communications Puerto Rico, Centennial de Puerto Rico (AT&T)