AT&T plans to add 10 new cell sites, upgrade 10 more to 3G this year
AT&T said it plans to add 10 new cell cites in Hawaii this year and upgrade an additional 10 to make them compatible with its 3G network.
The spending is part of a nationwide capital investment plan that is expected to be in the $18 billion to $19 billion range, the company said in a news release.
"These investments in smart networks are enabling the innovation of today and tomorrow that will enhance economic growth and stimulate jobs," said Dan Youmans, president of AT&T Hawaii.
AT&T said its total capital investment in its Hawaii wireless and wireline networks to date is nearly $95 million.