DETROIT — AT&T Inc. said Thursday it is now covering more of Detroit and Wayne County with its 4G network to give area residents and businesses mobile Internet speeds up to four times faster than 3G.
Faster data speeds and improved performance will be noticed in:
• Dearborn – at Ford Road and Golfview Drive
• Detroit – five sites, including Picnic Way, on Belle Isle; east Jefferson Avenue at Terminal Street; Schaefer Highway and Lyndon Street; 8 Mile Road at Indiana Avenue; at Livernois and McGraw avenues
• Garden City – north of Ford Road, between Hubbard Street and Merriman Road
• Northville – off of Gerald Street, just south of Ross Fogg Drive
• Southgate – north of Eureka Road, west of Dix Toledo Road
• Trenton –south of West Road, east of Allen Road
AT&T has invested more than $675 million over the past three years to enhance local networks in Detroit. The company has also invested more than $1.7 billion during a three-year period from 2012 through 2014 to improving the network statewide. Nationally, over the last six years, 2009-2014, AT&T invested nearly $140 billion including investments in its wireless and wireline networks and acquisitions of wireless spectrum and operations — a bigger investment than any other publicly traded company.