Customers in seven Oakland County communities and three Macomb County communities are expected to experience improved mobile Internet coverage and voice performance as a result of continued investment and innovation by AT&T.
The Mackinac Bridge connecting Michigan’s Upper and Lower peninsulas will be a key part of a plan to expand Internet service in the state.
Clare County leaders have become the first in the state to enroll their community in an innovative program that seeks to boost the local economy and quality of life for residents though increased access, adoption, and use of broadband.
Connect Michigan, the Michgian affiliate of the national broadband access organization Connected Nation, released a survey Monday showing that 39 percent of Michigan residents are still not using broadband at home.
As part of its continuing network investment to support growing demand for advanced mobile devices and applications, AT&T Friday announced the activation of one new mobile broadband cell site in Rochester that will enhance coverage for area residents and businesses.
AT&T Michigan Tuesday announced improvements to its wireless network in Dearborn and Warren.
With the explosion in the sale of personal wireless phones and devices, a growing challenge is developing enough high-speed bandwidth capacity to handle all of that increased cyber traffic.
Broadband Internet service, at least at a basic level, is available in a surprisingly large percentage of Michigan households even in rural areas, according to a new report released Thursday by the nonprofit Connect Michigan, in partnership with the Michigan Public Service Commission.
Madison, Wis.-based TDS Telecommunications Corp. Tuesday hosted a groundbreaking ceremony in the Upper Peninsula’s Chatham to mark the beginning of construction on TDS’ first broadband stimulus project.
The area around a small town in the Central Upper Peninsula will be getting broadband data service soon under a grant from the federal stimulus.