Residents of Gwinnett County will be getting a new mobile broadband cell site in Duluth that will enhance coverage for area residents and businesses along Sugarloaf Parkway and Duluth Highway near I-85 and the Sugarloaf community. With mobile broadband speeds, AT&T customers can surf the Web, download files faster, and enjoy the very latest interactive mobile applications.
“Our goal is pretty simple: We want you to have an extraordinary experience when you make a call, check e-mail, download a song or video, or surf the Internet on your AT&T device,” said Chandra Tutt, director of sales for AT&T in Georgia. “As part of the community, we’re always looking for new opportunities to provide enhanced coverage for those that live and work in the area and who increasingly rely on smartphones, tablets or other wirelessly connected devices. Our investment in the local wireless network is just one way to accomplish this.”
AT&T also continues to look to the future. “AT&T is committed to supporting and providing residents and business owners access to the latest technological advances,” said Delores Crowell, Regional Director of External Affairs for AT&T Georgia. “These continued network investments expand mobile broadband coverage and access across the city, help people stay connected and increase the speed of business.”
This Gwinnett addition is part of the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) family of technologies that includes GSM and UMTS, the most widely used wireless network platforms in the world.