AT&T customers flying in, or out, of Detroit Metropolitan Airport are utilizing the top ranked wireless network, according to an independent study.
AT&T is hiring for nearly 100 positions throughout Michigan.
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Two days after touting a $625 million investment over the past three years in its networks in metro Detroit, AT&T released investment figures for other Michigan metropolitan areas. AT&T also announced the availability of its 4G LTE high-speed data service in the Traverse City area.
AT&T announced Monday that it had invested more than $625 million in its best-in-class wireless and wired networks in the Detroit, Warren and Dearborn area between 2011 through 2013, with upgrades designed to enhance speed, reliability, coverage and performance for residents and business customers.
AT&T Inc. Friday announced the company will hire workers for more than 150 jobs in the state, including 92 new jobs.
Well, here we are on another Monday, and there’s fresh snow on the ground and fresh tech news all over the interwebs! Here goes…
AT&T Inc. announced that it has fired up a 4G LTE network in the Benton Harbor, Niles and Buchanan areas of southwest lower Michigan, the Cadillac and McBain areas of northwest Lower Michigan, and in several more locations in the Upper Peninsula and northeast Lower Michigan.
AT&T Inc. announced the availability of its high-speed mobile Internet service with the activation of several new cell sites in the northern Lower Peninsula and the central Upper Peninsula.
AT&T Inc. announced it has launched LTE roaming in Canada with Rogers Communications. The agreement with Rogers makes AT&T the first U.S. carrier to offer international LTE roaming.