Telecommunications giant AT&T took another hit from the Tucson City Council this week.
PHOENIX - State lawmakers figure it's annoying enough to get an unwanted text message, but having to pay for it only adds insult to injury.
AT&T customers with high-end smartphones now receive coverage in Tucson that's comparable to those with Verizon Wireless.
"Can you hear me now?" may be Verizon Wireless' line, but competitor AT&T wants to make sure its customers hear that it's committed to improving spotty coverage.
"Can you hear me now?" may be Verizon Wireless's line, but competitor AT&T wants to make sure its customers hear that it's committed to improving spotty coverage.
Pusch Ridge is the backdrop for this electronics tower disguised as a palm tree on Magee Road just east of La Cañada.
AT&T plans to introduce its latest-generation 4G LTE wireless network in the Tucson area by the end of the year, the company said today.
Verizon Wireless ranked first in network quality in the West and in most regions in the U.S., according to the latest J.D. Power and Associates rankings.
According to an independent cellphone network test, Verizon offers the fastest speeds and most reliable service in Tucson, edging out competitors surveyed, including AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint.
Dale Nelson looks over Jetpack mobile hotspot devices with customer service representative Kristin Kolbert while shopping at the Verizon Evolution Store at 5855 E. Broadway. Verizon was found to offer the fastest speeds and most reliable service in Tucson in a cellphone network test.
An $800,000 donation from AT&T will provide scholarships for about 300 Tucson children to attend one of three area Catholic schools.