AT&T Manager Explains Wi-FI Upgrades At Detroit Metropolitan Airport

AT&T Manager Explains Wi-FI Upgrades At Detroit Metropolitan Airport

ROYAL OAK – Listen up air travelers. AT&T is beefing up its Wi-Fi service at Detroit Metropolitan Airport. Robert Jones, area manager for external affairs, explains what this means for AT&T customers that use the busy Delta hub.

Jones said AT&T upgraded an antenna system that will give customers faster, more reliable wireless service. The network upgrade is on the Distributed Antenna System, which consists of strategically placed antennas to distribute AT&T’s wireless network coverage to the North Terminal, the McNamara Terminal Parking Deck and the Westin Hotel.

AT&T customers will experience better network connectivity, he said. AT&T also has upgraded service in the region, including in Oakland County.

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By |2018-03-13T19:20:11+00:00March 13th, 2018|Connected Tech, M2 TechCast, Mobile MI, Podcasts|

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