DETROIT, MI — Verizon Wireless, the nation's leading wireless service provider, today announced the activation of three new cell sites in southeastern Michigan, resulting in clearer reception and fewer dropped calls for the company's customers.
The new cell sites have been activated in the following locations:
- Ann Arbor improved coverage for Ann Arbor residents and commuters along Fuller and Geddes Roads, and US 23 between Plymouth Road and Interstate-94; for visitors of the Veteran's Affairs Ann Arbor Healthcare System
- Downtown Detroit increased coverage along the Detroit River waterfront and East Jefferson, including the Renaissance Center
- Dearborn added capacity and coverage along Interstate-94 between Southfield and Schaefer roads
"Southeastern Michigan is a highly penetrated usage area for our customers," said Greg Haller, president Michigan/Indiana/Kentucky Region, Verizon Wireless. "The activation of these new cell sites reflects our ongoing commitment to providing our customers with the network reliability they expect from us."
The improvements are part of Verizon Wireless' yearly multi-billion dollar nationwide network investment designed to stay ahead of the growing demand for company's voice and data services. Over the past three years, Verizon Wireless has invested more than $12 billion in its national network, offering customers access to the most extensive and reliable wireless voice and data network in the United States.
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