AT&T Announces New Cell Sites

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AT&T has added 10 new cell towers to its 4G LTE network in central Indiana. The cell sites are located in cities including Avon, Fishers and Indianapolis.

AT&T says the addition will bring faster wireless service to Indianapolis area customers.

“We want our customers to have a great experience. They’ll be able to download, upload, stream and play games faster than ever before on our 4G LTE network,” said Bill Soards, president of AT&T Indiana. “We’re always working to provide better coverage. And we’re investing in our wireless network to accomplish that.”

“AT&T has long been a great corporate partner for the Indy region and this investment will go a long way in our efforts to build, promote and grow a region that provides the tools necessary to retain and attract business and talent. This kind of investment in fast, reliable mobile Internet service is so important to our economic development efforts, and we’re thrilled to see it continue,” Indy Chamber President and CEO Michael Huber said.

The new cell sites are near:

  • Avon- E. Main St. and N. County Rd. 500 E.
  • Fishers- Intersection of Fall Road & Sawgrass Drive
  • East of Greenfield- Highway 40 and Charlottesville
  • Greenwood- I-65 and E. Main St.
  • Lawrence- East side of Fort Harrison State Park
  • Noblesville- Union Chapel Rd. and Highway 32
  • SW of Lebanon- State Road 39 and W. 200 S., Milledgeville
  • Indianapolis- Highway 36 and Country Club Road, E. Thompson Road and Five Points Road, and S. High School Road and W. Mills Road
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