DETROIT — AT&T has upgraded nearly 20 cell towers on its 4G LTE network within 13 northern Michigan counties to give customers faster, more reliable wireless service.
Among the improvements are cities in the following counties:
Arenac County: Two sites in Alger, near I-75 and LaPorte Road and east of M-76 at Bear Creek Road, and in Au Gres at Tonkey Road, north of McLean Road
Chippewa County: On Drummond Island near South Maxton and East Stoney Creek roads
Clare County: In Freeman Township, M-115 south of M-61
Gratiot County: In the Elwell-Alma area, near M-46 and North Pingree Road
Houghton County: In Kenton, at M-28 and Federal Forest Highway 16
Iosco County: In Sand Lake, near Saginaw Street and Cayuga Trail, and in Oscoda, at Cedar Lake Road, near Cherokee Avenue
Iron County: In Iron River, south of US-2, between Old US-2 and Helgemo Road
Kalkaska County: In Rapid City, near Way Road and Hill Road Northwest
Leelanau County: In Suttons Bay, near West First and South Elm streets
Marquette County: In Imperial Heights, south of US-41 and Imperial Heights Road, and in the Skandia-Yalmar area, east of US-41 and north of East Johnson Road
Menominee County: In the Bark River-Stephenson area, near M-35 and Camp K Road, and in Birch Creek, at County Road 571 and Birch Creek Road No. 6
Ontonagon County: In Rockland, along US-45, north of Cemetery Road, and in MerriWeather, near Old East Shore Road, south of M-28
Schoolcraft County: In Seney, at M-28 and M-77
AT&T says the investment will help customers get the most out of their mobile devices.