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$750 million investment to AT&T services in Fla.

At 1:30 p.m. today, Governor Charlie Crist and the president of AT&T-Florida will be making an announcement in Tallahassee about a multi-million-dollar investment to the AT&T infrastructure in the state. Details are not released yet, but what that means is enhanced Broadband and video services for customers. I'll post more after the press conference.

UPDATE 1:50 p.m.: Press conference has been pushed back to 2:30 p.m. But the news has been broken early on the wires, which reports that AT&T will be putting in $750 million to improve its Internet and television services. Although it's not clear just yet which cities will benefit, AT&T will be offering its television service called AT&T U-verse to some parts of Florida (which is a package of Internet access and digital television). It's an IP-based television service that launched in Texas in June 2006. AT&T rolled this out in San Diego in June.


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