AT&T has added 10 new mobile broadband sites in eight New Jersey counties this year to enhance its 5G coverage giving residents and businesses a big boost in wireless connectivity.
The new sites include:
- Atlantic County: a site in Somers Point that serves the local medical center, emergency management and fire station.
- Burlington County: a site Vincentown that serves the surrounding community, including the Southampton Schools and Administration Building; and a second site in Tabernacle that serves customers along Route 206 and Carranza Road.
- Camden County: A site on the east side of Atco that supports the community around the dragway.
- Middlesex County: a site in Monroe Township that will boost coverage around Federal Road and Perrineville Road.
- Monmouth County: a site in Howell Township that will improve coverage around I-195.
- Ocean County: a site in Silverton Estates that will boost coverage around Ocean County College and in Anchorage and Silverton. Another site in New Egypt will improve coverage along Lakewood Road and the nearby speedway.
- Salem County: a site that will improve coverage in Pennsville Township.
- Somerset County: A site in Bernardsville will boost coverage east of Rt. 613 on Rt 202.
This recent expansion is important for New Jersey’s small business owners and entrepreneurs who are looking for speed and reliability, as well as large businesses and organization that have remote employees and are increasingly utilizing apps and data in the cloud.
“Our team at NJBIA proudly works with businesses across the state to help build a more prosperous and competitive New Jersey,” said NJBIA President & CEO Michele Siekerka. “When member companies like AT&T make these kinds of investments to increase network capacity and reliability, they are able to perform better, and we get closer to achieving these goals.”
From 2019 to 2021, AT&T has invested more than $1.1 billion in its networks in New Jersey. These investments boost reliability, coverage, speed and overall performance.
“At AT&T, we’re continuing to invest in our wireless network in counties and communities across the state to make connections easier for residents, visitors, businesses and first responders throughout New Jersey,” said AT&T New Jersey President Joseph Divis. “These investments – new infrastructure, new spectrum – add to the quality of life, commercial vitality, innovative spirit and economic competitiveness of the state.”
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