AT&T isn't kidding around with its intentions
to get U-verse into Mississippi as soon as humanly possible, and now we've got the provider making an even stronger push in Hancock County. More specifically, it recently asked the Hancock County Board of Supervisors to allow its fiber-based services to be "marketed in unincorporated areas of the county." Spokeswoman Kathleen Shaughnessy noted that AT&T would charge "whatever the market would bear, but that it would be very competitive." Of course, we've been hearing
these type things
for months now with no apparent forward progress, so we're beginning to wonder if AT&T's sentiments aren't falling on dear ears.