BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Source: AT&T Wireless) — AT&T is improving wireless service at Florida Atlantic University. The company has installed a new antenna system to help students get the most out of their AT&T smartphones.
The network upgrade consists of strategically placed antennas on the north side of campus. The new antennas are helping provide more consistent AT&T wireless network coverage for customers, so they don’t have to worry about their service getting stuck in a traffic jam with other people’s calls, texts and posts.
“We want our customers to have a great network experience wherever they are, no matter what they’re doing –making a call, sharing pictures on social media, downloading apps or surfing the Internet,” said AT&T Florida President Joe York. “We’re continuing to invest in our network to help customers better enjoy their smartphone or tablet while they’re at FAU.”
AT&T is constantly investing in its network to give customers the high-quality services they need to stay connected. AT&T is also adding the latest network technology, such as small cells, to ensure customers have wireless service where they need it most.
In addition to the new antenna system at FAU, AT&T has improved more than 100 cell sites and added another 8 in South Florida this year.
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