As New iPhones Are Unveiled, AT&T Ups Service In Boca Raton

ATT-logoBOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — While the world is fixated on Apple”s latest announcements, AT&T has one of its own for subscribers in and around Boca Raton: the company continues to increase capacity on area towers. In layman”s terms: great news if you”re an AT&T subscriber.

From our friends at AT&T:

AT&T has added extra capacity to several Boca Raton cell sites as part of its continuing network investment in South Florida.

The capacity upgrades involved adding new layers of frequency to the sites. The additional capacity makes it possible for the cell sites to accommodate more traffic, which helps improve the performance of mobile Internet data and voice connectivity for customers.

The Boca Raton areas benefiting from the capacity upgrades include:

  • Ocean Boulevard
  • N.W. 51st Street
  • Technology Way
  • West Roger Circle
  • Jog Road
  • West Palmetto Park Road
  • S.W. 18th Street

AT&T today also announced the activation of a new Boynton Beach cell site to expand 4G LTE coverage and capacityin the area of Military Trail and Old Boynton Road. The company has also added more capacity to several cell sites in Boynton Beach and Delray Beach in nbso online casino reviews the areas of Congress Avenue, South Ocean Drive, South Oriole Boulevard, Linton Boulevard, S.W. 15th Avenue, Jog Road, Hagen Ranch Road, Military Trail, N.W. 34th Terrace, West Woolbright Road, and Neptune Drive.

“Our goal is for our customers to have an extraordinary experience, and they’ll be able to download, upload, stream and game faster than ever before on our 4G LTE network,” said AT&T Florida President Joe York. “As part of the South Florida community, we’re always looking for new opportunities to provide enhanced coverage, and our investment in the local wireless network is another way we’re accomplishing that.”

Since the start of the year, AT&T has activated 37 new cell sites from Homestead to Port St. Lucie, including 2 in Boca Raton, 1 in Delray Beach and 1 in Boynton Beach.

The South Florida network upgrades are part of AT&T’s Project Velocity IP (VIP) plan, announced in November 2012to expand and enhance its IP broadband networks. Since then, mobile data traffic on AT&T’s national wireless network increased 2.5 times. With its Project VIP plan, AT&T is supporting its customers’ growing desire for mobile, ultra-fast and reliable access to everything on the Internet, particularly video.