DETROIT — AT&T Inc. announced improvements to its 4G LTE networks all over Michigan, from metro Detroit to West Michigan to the Upper Peninsula.
The company said it added a new cell tower in Oakland Township and has upgraded cell towers elsewhere throughout the state.
The new cell tower will cover the area near Rochester Road between W. Guinn and Stoney Creek roads.
The upgraded towers are located in the following communities:
* Chippewa County: Sault Ste. Marie, along 14th St. west of I-75
* Clinton County: Fowler, Near M-21 and Wright Road
* Kalamazoo County: Richland, south of M-89, west of 32nd Street
* Mackinac County: Cedarville, on M-134 near Blindline Avenue
* Macomb County: Macomb, St. Clair Shores (two towers) and Warren (two towers)
* Oakland County: New Hudson, Milford, Rochester Hills, West Bloomfield, White Lake (two towers), Farmington Hills, Commerce Township, Waterford Township and Pontiac
* Oceana County: Hart, near Polk Road and 72nd Avenue
* Wayne County: Allen Park, Detroit (nine towers), Westland, Dearborn Heights, Canton, Taylor (three towers), Livonia, Dearborn Heights and Wayne
AT&T invested nearly $1.65 billion in its Michigan networks from 2013 through 2015. This drives a wide range of upgrades to reliability, coverage, speed and performance for residents and business customers.
Learn more at att.com/network.