AT investing in local networks across Wyoming CHEYENNE, Wy.
(KGWN) AT has invested more than $80 million in our Wyoming wireless networks during 2014 2016. These investments drive a wide range of upgrades to reliability, coverage, speed and overall performance for residents and businesses. They also improve critical services that support public safety and first responders. In 2016, AT made 97 wireless network upgrades in Wyoming, adding new cell sites, boosted network capacity and expanded our LTE coverage footprint. "We're investing to provide fast, reliable, highly secure connectivity. We want customers to have internet access at any moment, from almost coach store online shopping any device anywhere," said Cheryl Riley, president, AT Plains. "These continued investments bring Wyoming residents and businesses a host of new opportunities." The AT LTE network covers nearly 400 coach outlet store aurora million people in North America. Notable Wyoming network enhancements in 2016 included: Boosted network coverage and capacity at Cheyenne Frontier Days; Doubled LTE capacity at cell sites in Casper, Laramie and Gillette; Launched new LTE service in Jackson, New Castle and Buffalo. The network will be dedicated to America's coach outlet online us police, firefighters and EMS personnel.
Should Wyoming opt in to the FirstNet network, they will build upon the current and planned investments with a dedicated focus on the state's coach outlet store online backpack first responders. AT also expects to make a significant investment to upgrade and maintain Wyoming's FirstNet network over the next 25 years, bringing first responders the coverage, value and experience they expect.
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