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AT&T offers Dish Network service, adds cell site to Pembroke Pines

Att_vt_rgb_grd_whtThis week, AT&T Wireless activated a new cell site in southwestern Pembroke Pines on Pembroke Road, which is "an area in great need of the expanded coverage," spokeswoman Kelly Starling said via e-mail. The site is part of a $220 million investment in AT&T's Florida wireless network this year.

The new site provides added coverage to southwestern Pembroke Pines and northwestern Miramar, from S.W. 172nd Ave. to S.W. 196th Ave and from Pines Boulevard south to Miramar Parkway.

The company reports they plan to activate another new cell site on N.W. 184th Ave. later this year.

In addition, AT&T is allowing customers in the Southeastern states to order the DISH Network service, which offers more than 250 channels.  Go here to read the press release from AT&T. For more information on prices and bundles, visit www.att.com/dish.


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