DETROIT — Two of Michigan’s smallest municipalities now have high-speed 4G LTE wireless service from AT&T thanks to recent system upgrades. Continue reading AT&T Brings 4G LTE to 2 of Michigan’s Smallest Towns
DETROIT — AT&T Inc. announced it had invested more than $1.4 billion in its Michigan wireless and wired networks in 2014, 2015 and 2016.
DETROIT — AT&T Inc. announced it will expand its ultra-fast AT&T
Fiber internet service in parts of Grand Rapids, the company’s first
expansion of the service in West Michigan.
AT&T introduced the service in metropolitan Detroit last year —
specifically, parts of Canton Township, Clinton Township, Novi and
South Lyon — and plans to expand the service to Ann Arbor, Detroit,
Ferndale and Roseville later this year.
The service will offer homes, apartments and small business locations service at a blazing 1 billion bits per second.
AT&T has rolled out the service in 52 metropolitan areas across the country and plans to add another 23 soon.
AT&T says gigabit speed allows users to download a 90-minute HD movie in a little over 30 seconds. It also allows effortless, glitch-free telecommuting and videoconferencing.
The company says it invested nearly $1.65 billion in its wireless and wireline networks in Michigan between 2013 through 2015.
Visit att.com/fibermap to see if the service is available in your area.
DETROIT — AT&T Inc. has announced upgrades to six cell towers onk its 4G LTE network in Antrim, Kalkaska, Charlevoix and Grand Traverse counties to give customers faster, more reliable wireless service.
The communities of Alden, Rapid City, Kalkaska, Evangeline Township and Traverse City received the improvements.
The additional capacity upgrades are like adding more lanes to a highway carrying traffic from a customer’s device to the cell tower, resulting in faster speeds and more reliable service.
* Traverse City, at School Road, east of Silver Lake Road
* Rapid City, at Rapid City Road, Northwest
* Evangeline Township, (two sites) east of Boyne City-Charlevoix Road and west of Old Horton Bay Road
* Kalkaska (two sites), north of County Road 612, Darragh Road Northeast, near County Road 612
AT&T says it has invested nearly $1.65 billion in its wireless and wired networks in Michigan between 2013 through 2015, driving a wide range of upgrades to reliability, coverage, speed and performance for residents and business customers.
Additional information about AT&T products and services is available at about.att.com.
DETROIT — AT&T Inc. has announced upgrades on 11 cell towers on its 4G LTE network in Genesee, Shiawassee, Wayne, and Washtenaw counties to give customers faster, more reliable wireless service.
The communities of Ann Arbor, Clio, Detroit, Flushing, Gibraltar, Livonia, New Boston, Owosso, Plymouth and Ypsilanti will see improvements. AT&T says the additional capacity upgrades are like adding more lanes to a highway carrying traffic from a customer’s device to the cell tower, resulting in faster speeds and more reliable service.
DETROIT — AT&T Inc. said it had upgraded its wireless network in six areas of Oakland County: Southfield, Farmington Hills, Clarkston, Waterford, Royal Oak and Troy.
DETROIT — AT&T Michigan said it had upgraded its 4G LTE network to provide faster, more reliable wireless service at two Kewadin Casino locations.
Hardware upgrades were made at the casino’s Christmas location on M-28 just west of Munising, and at its St. Ignace location, just north of the city east of Mackinac Trail.
The upgrades mean faster speeds and more reliable connections at both locations.
Additional information about AT&T products and services is available at http://about.att.com.
DETROIT — AT&T Inc. has activated upgrades to bring faster speeds to nearly 100 cell sites around the state.
LAS VEGAS — Surfing the web and streaming music and movies on the road is about to get easier, as Ford adds WiFi hotspot capability on some of its cars and trucks starting this fall.
The enhancement to Ford Sync Connect was one of several automotive infotainment advances announced at the International CES, formerly known as the Consumer Electronics Show, being held this week in Las Vegas.
DETROIT — AT&T has upgraded its network in several areas throughout Michigan to give customers faster, more reliable wireless service.