DETROIT — AT&T Inc. is now covering more of Wayne, Oakland, Macomb and Washtenaw counties with it 4G network.
The wireless and telecom giant said it upgraded several cell sites in the region, making cell sites stronger in order to handle more traffic, resulting in faster speeds and more reliable service.
The upgraded cell sites are located in the following areas:
• Ann Arbor – Plymouth Road, west of Green Road
• Detroit – (two sites) Kingsville Avenue, west of Mack Avenue and E. Warren Avenue, at Ashland Street
• Dearborn – west Outer Drive, near Garrison Place
• Harrison Township – east of I-94, north of N. River Road
• Highland – Clyde Road and Buckhorn Lake Road
• Pontiac – in the vicinity of I-75 south of Cedarpoint Parkway
• Westland – Hunter Avenue and Yale Street
• West Bloomfield – east of Orchard Lake Road, near Lone Pine Road
• Wolverine Lake – north Glengary Road, near S. Commerce Road
AT&T launched 4G LTE in metro Detroit in September 2012. The company said it invested more than $675 million in our wireless and wired networks in metro Detroit between 2012 through 2014, along with more than $175 million invested in Ann Arbor.
From 2009 to 2014, AT&T says it invested nearly $140 billion including investments in its wireless and wireline networks and acquisitions of wireless spectrum and operations. more in the U.S. than any other public company.