Given that we're still waiting for some tangible results from AT&T's half billion dollar fiber investment in the Carolinas, we wouldn't get our hopes too high for any sudden improvements in Connecticut. The carrier has announced plans to invest some $250 million in the Constitution State's wired and wireless networks, which should bring 3G access to more cell sites and enable it to spread U-verse to more homes. Regrettably, AT&T failed to mention specific locations in which it hoped to stretch its fiber-based programming service into, but hopefully we'll know something further before the next decade comes and goes.

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