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New mobile internet cell sites

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As part of its continuing network investment and ongoing 4G LTE rollout, AT&T has activated three new mobile internet cell sites in Coral Gables, Miami Beach and Miami Gardens and added additional capacity to three cell sites in Opa-locka, Brickell Key and Kendall.

The new Miami-Dade County cell sites are expanding 4G LTE coverage in the areas just south of the university in Coral Gables; between 5th Street, Alton Road and Washington Avenue; and near Miami Gardens Drive and N.W. 27th Avenue, along the southern approach to the stadium.

The capacity upgrades in Opa-locka, Brickell Key and Kendall are expected to help improve the performance of mobile Internet data and voice connectivity for customers.

So if you’re looking for speed, AT&T does seem to be ahead of the pack.

AT&T – 93 cites (first-place and tied-for-first rankings)

Verizon – 68 cities (first-place and tied-for-first rankings)

T-Mobile – 5 cities (tied-for-first-place rankings)

Sprint – 0

AT&T is #1 in nearly 75 percent of the markets that RootMetrics studied last year.

Stay fast, guys and gals.


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