DETROIT — AT&T Inc. announced network improvements at several locations across Michigan that it says will give customers faster, more reliable wireless service.
In Barton City, an unincorporated community in Millen and Hawes townships in Alcona County in northeast Lower Michigan, the upgrades will be noticed along M-65, near M-72.
In Fairview, an unincorporated community in Oscoda County’s Comins Township, the upgrade will be noticed around M-72, east of M-33.
In Goetzville, an unincorporated community in Chippewa County’s Raber Township in the eastern Upper Penineula, improvements will be noticed north of M-134, along M-48.
In Grayling, the county seat of Crawford County in north-central Lower Michigan, the improvements are north of M-72.
In the city of Iron River in the western Upper Peninsula, the upgrade will affect the area south of US-2 and east of M-189.
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