AT&T spends almost $1.1 Billion to deliver Texas customers 4G Service and Faster Internet

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(Best Syndication News) - During the first half of 2012, AT&T has spent almost $1.1 billion in wireless and wired network upgrades in Texas so they can better serve their customers. The improvements include 4G service, which is the fastest broadband wireless service for mobile devices. The improvements included new cell sites and towers to further expand coverage and to handle more data transfer.

AT&T launched their 4G LTE service in Dallas, Austin, Houston, Corpus Christi, Bryan-College Station, and Waco during the first part of 2012. There were 14 new cell sites and 124 sites that added more capacity in North Texas.

AT&T also completed improvements to network connections for over 400 sites. They added 1,300 carriers including the cities of Palestine, Longview, Paris, Tyler, Athens, El Paso, Lubbock, Amarillo, Abilene, and across Dallas- Fort Worth. AT&T also installed new Wi-Fi hot spots and backbone network connections throughout Texas.

The investments that AT&T made have helped make them the largest 4G network provider in the US. The company estimates that they will be able to service around 275 million people. AT&T also said that their 4G network is up to 10 times faster than the previous 3G service.

By: Dave Reddy

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