Crown Castle is wired to keeping everyone connected

Internet acivity in the US has increased between 20 and 25 percent during the coronavirus pandemic. As a result, Crown Castle Government Affairs Director Jonathan Hart stated that Crown Castle is working with schools and businesses to set up mobile hot spots to increase connectivity. He also spoke of the company’s rollout of 5G infrastructure, noting the technology will ultimately improve healthcare, education, public safety and agriculture.

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