Friday, 29 January 2010

In Passing

Finally... an upgrade

Appears that AT&T has finally heard its customers:

...the company is... allocating an additional $2bn or so to upgrade its network in 2010.
The AP also noted that during AT&T’s conference call with reporters and analysts after the announcement of the company’s financial results for the fourth quarter of 2009, Big Phone execs spent “an unprecedented amount” of time and effort defending their beleagured network and talking about how they plan to improve it.
So maybe by the end of the year we can expect its 3G network to be as pervasive as its advertising?

Posted by: Old Grouch in In Passing at 20:54:27 GMT | Comments (2) | Add Comment
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1 I know they're currently upgrading their 3G capacity on top of a building I help manage in downtown Indy.

Posted by: Nathan at 01/30/10 13:22:36 (+dSl9)

2 Big whoop!

AT&T hasn't fully deployed a 3G network while others, like Sprint, is deploying their 4G network.  AT&T is about four years behind.

Posted by: Crucis at 01/30/10 16:22:07 (L4D3z)

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