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Google, Microsoft, and Verizon announced Thursday that they have agreed to a $1.3 billion offer for the struggling financial institution, which has been struggling to recover from a massive cyberattack and an inability to fully recover from an ongoing bankruptcy.
“Connecticut was a leader in the development of Internet access and cloud computing, and we remain committed to providing our customers with high-speed, affordable, and reliable broadband, and the state’s leading healthcare provider,” said Verizon Communications Chief Executive Officer Michael O’Reilly.
“The Verizon Group will work with the Connecticut government to deliver a competitive and affordable Internet service to our customers.”
The banks said the deal will bring together the nation’s largest internet providers in the first $10 billion deal for the Connecticut Bankers Association.
“As Connecticut’s largest bank, the CTBA is uniquely positioned to capitalize on this historic opportunity,” said Gov.
Dannel P. Malloy.
“This transaction will benefit our state, our economy, our consumers, and our economy’s future, and it will serve to spur innovation and job creation in our state and our nation.
We are committed to helping CTBA and our customers prosper as the Internet becomes the new normal.”
CTBA said the new deal is expected to close by the end of this year.
The banks will also share in an additional $400 million to $500 million in proceeds from the transaction, which will be used to help CTBA address its “unprecedented” challenges in the coming months, including providing high-quality broadband service and expanding its infrastructure.
The agreement will create an additional 5,000 jobs in Connecticut and help the state to attract more than 100 companies, including Verizon and AT&T, to CTBA, according to CTBB president and CEO John Foti.
Verizon is already a major player in Connecticut, where it operates the nations largest broadband network and has a market share of over 40 percent.