BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Moooove over Verizon, AT&T Wireless is bringing a cow to Lynn University in advance of the third and final presidential debate set for October 22nd.
A “cow,” or “cell on wheels,” is — quite simply — a mobile cell tower that immediately increases AT&T’s ability to handle massive spikes in cell phone traffic. Spikes are expected as the national media, campaigns, and security teams descend on the area over the net several weeks.
BocaNewsNow.com — which has used AT&T by default for the past several years — is blown away by the network’s LTE service in the area while using an iPhone 5. We’re averaging 20 mbps down and 15 up throughout much of our coverage area. In layman’s terms — it’s very, very fast. The “cow” should help keep those speeds and ability to connect as Boca becomes the center of the political universe for several days.
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