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AT&T continues to expand 3G network in South Florida

This month AT&T has been very busy activating 3G cell sites around South Florida. If you're not familiar with 3G, it's AT&T's fastest wireless connection speed. It's available on select phones and allows users to access services like AT&T Video Share.

Today the company announced it activated 3G cell sites in Delray Beach and Fort Lauderdale. Last week, a 3G cell site was activated at the Port of Miami, which provides coverage north to the MacArthur Causeway and west o Biscayne Boulevard. And before that, AT&T also put cell sites in the following areas of Miami-Dade County:

  • Along the Palmetto Expressway between 1-95 and 17th Avenue
  • On 12th Avenue between 173rd Street and 156th Street
  • Along U.S. 1 between N.E. 190th Street and 180th Street
  • On Miami Gardens Drive in Miami, between U.S. 1 and N.E. 22nd Avenue
  • Along Krome Avenue between S.W. 8th Street and Okeechobee Road
  • In the Medley area of Miami, along N.W. 114th Street to the north, N.W. 89th Avenue to the east, N.W. 89th Street to the south and N.W. 107th Avenue to the west
  • In the Redland area of southwestern Miami-Dade, along S.W. 184th Street to the north, S.W. 162nd Avenue to the east, S.W. 220 Street to the south and S.W. 177th Avenue to the west
  • In Hialeah, along Okeechobee Road, west of the Turnpike, and north into Broward County
  • In southwestern Homestead, from S.W. 360th Street to the north, S.W. 192nd Avenue to the east and S.W. 237th Avenue to the west
  • Along S.W. 264th Street to the north, S.W. 140th Avenue to the east, S.W. 284th Street to the south and S.W. 157th Avenue to the west in Homestead

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Justin Kent

This must be related to the impending iPhone 2 release.

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