AT&T: We’re Better in SF Now

Fri, Mar 19, 2010

Android, iPhone, Mobile

San Francisco has undoubtedly had some problems when it comes to AT&T’s 3G network and in response, AT&T has said that they are working on fixing that network to become more reliable for those using it.

The project to fix the issues with the network in SF must be far along enough to start emailing customers about it as many AT&T customers are reporting they received the following email from AT&T:

We wanted you to be among the first to know! We recently enhanced the 3G network in the greater San Francisco area to provide better in-building 3G coverage, fewer dropped calls and a better overall wireless experience.

The great news is coverage in Northern California will continue to improve as we expand capacity, optimize and add more sites in the coming months.

With better coverage on the nation’s fastest 3G network, there’s never been a better time to be an AT&T customer.

We thank you for your continued loyalty and look forward to sharing more good news soon.

I’m glad to see AT&T addressing people’s issues. What exactly has been fixed is unknown and this will certainly help the iPhone and the recently announced AT&T Nexus One.

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  • vivalostwages

    it was a change from 1900 mhz to 850 mhz so you have better penetration…they've mentioned this for the past 18 months…MM