WICHITA — AT&T spent $60 million upgrading its traditional telephone and wireless networks in Kansas in the first half of the year, the telecommunications giant said today.
For wireless service alone, the company spent $13 million in that period.
The investments include:
* Adding six new cell sites in towns such as Hoyt, Ottawa, Hesston and Kansas City.
* Launching mobile broadband service in Manhattan.
* Installing equipment on more than 170 cell sites to improve quality and coverage of wireless voice and data services.
* Expanding AT&T U-verse television service and adding Wi-Fi hot spots.