AT&T boosts Atlanta area mobile coverage for Super Bowl

Ahead of the Super Bowl, AT&T said its customers and FirstNet subscribers "are getting a big boost in mobile coverage and capacity." It said it’s the first company to make standards-based mobile 5G available to Atlanta businesses and consumers and that "it’s been working for more than a year to boost its network through a series of permanent and temporary upgrades throughout the city." T-Mobile also expanded its LTE network speed and coverage in Atlanta ahead of the Super Bowl.

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