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Posted: Friday, 14 March 2014 12:00PM

A-T-T Official Discusses Telecommunications Legislation



An official with A-T-T is assuring rural customers they will still have access to a hard phone if a bill in the Kentucky General Assembly becomes law. The Kentucky Senate has already passed the telecommunications bill, with the Kentucky House Committee also passing the bill Thursday without a no vote. Southwestern Kentucky Regional Manager Sim Davenport says people will still have the option of telephone service provided by a land line.


   
Davenport says fewer people are relying on land lines for home telephone service.


   
Davenport adds that the legislation that is moving through the Kentucky General Assembly will help A-T-T continue to improve and expand services to all areas of the Commonwealth.


   
Davenport says he works closely with Representative Kenny Imes to address concerns that people of Western Kentucky have concerning phone service from A-T-T.
 

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