The tax reform bill winding through Congress could inspire enterprises to spend more money on strategic services such as Ethernet and managed services, AT&T Chief Financial Officer John Stephens said Tuesday. He also said AT&T wants to eventually have its high-speed broadband service reach 50 million locations with a minimal effect on capital spending.
AT&T expects firms to increase services spending with tax reform
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