AT&T Fires Up 850MHz 3G In Atlanta
Today AT&T made good on its promise to bring improvements to its 3G network in select U.S. cities. It has added 850MHz spectrum support to some 540 cell sites that are already providing 1900MHz coverage. By adding this spectrum, AT&T customers should see an improvement in 3G service, as it boosts capacity and improves in-building coverage. The areas included are downtown Atlanta and parts of Fulton, DeKalb, North Fulton, Cobb, Gwinnett, and Fayette Counties. AT&T plans to do the same thing to a handful of other U.S. cities by the end of 2009, including New York and San Francisco.
Sprint's 'Magic Box' Is An In-Home Small Cell to Help Improve Coverage
Sprint today announced the Magic Box, a tool Sprint hopes consumers and businesses will use to help it densify its LTE network. The Magic Box is similar to a signal booster in that owners place it in a window.
Sprint's Direct 2 You Reaches Boston, Philly, Atlanta, Houston
Sprint today expanded its Direct 2 You service to Atlanta, Boston, Houston, and Philadelphia. The service is live in these cities and a number of smaller cities and towns in the surrounding areas.
Sprint's Direct 2 You Launches in More Cities
Sprint today made good on its May promise to bring Direct 2 You to New York, Denver, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. The service is now live in these cities and a number of smaller cities and towns in the surrounding metro areas.
Sprint Grows Direct 2 You Footprint By Six Cities
Sprint today expanded its Direct 2 You service to the metropolitan areas of Minneapolis/St. Paul, Orlando, Phoenix, St.
what about 4 g with att
add more 1900 umts instead!!
lots of phones have 900/1900/2100 umts 3G.
pharos 137 -1700/1900/2100 hsdpa
sony x1i -900/1900/2100 hsdpa
asus p835 -900/1900/2100 hsdpa
You're talking about unlocked phones. AT&T is never ...
Roadmap for other cities
how about there? that would be nice.
Iowa??? LMAO Do yall even have voice sevice there?? Let alone 3g..
Only 5 years behind Sprint and VZW?
Like Sprint matters and they don't use 850 anyway. That's why they have ****ty indoor coverage. Dropped calls galore