U-verse is already available in select parts of the Natural State, but if you had any doubts about AT&T's eagerness to expand, we've now learned that Conway is next on the list. If / when the service arrives (there's no apparent time table for a launch), the fiber-based service will compete directly with local cable company Conway Corp., and CEO Richie Arnold isn't worried about the newcomer moving to town. As it stands, the Conway City Council and AT&T still have to agree on a "fee to be paid the city from profits gathered by AT&T for video services equitable to that paid by Conway Corp.," and after that, things should be good to go.

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