AT&T is extending its MicroCell availability to specfied markets

AT&T is extending its MicroCell availability to specfied markets
AT&T's 3G MicroCell looks to be picking up steam since it was being tested in certain markets on a limited basis over a year ago. Shortly after its availability, AT&T decided to branch out more by extending its availability to other markets. Yet again we are seeing AT&T doing the same thing as the following States and Metropolitan areas will see the light of the 3G MicroCell; Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, San Diego, and Las Vegas. Customers located in any of those areas can now visit AT&T's 3G MicroCell website and punch in their specific zip code to check if it's available in their area. If they happen to fall in one of the trial locations, they will be provided a list of retail locations where they can buy the MicroCell – and of course there will be the required $19.99 per month service associated with it. Basically it connects to your existing home broadband network and emits a signal from within itself that allows nearby AT&T handsets to experience 5 bars of reception. You'll be able to move about freely with your handset as it will cover an area of 5,000 square feet.

source: AT&T via WMExperts


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