Verizon to Spend $16.8 Million on 3G Network Expansion
The word according to an article over on itweb is that Verizon Wireless is planning on shelling out some $16.8 million during 2010 to add further capacity to their advanced 3G network in Indiana along with $1.6 million of said figure dedicated to the Evansville area.
Said Verizon Wireless expenditure figure originates from an article on the Evansville Courier & Press, and apparently coverage for the Evansville area will include Princeton, Patoka, Haubstadt, Mount Vernon, Chandler, Boonville, Newburgh, New Harmony, Owensville, Poseyville and Wadesville in Indiana.
Word has it that the state wide enhancements to the 3G network have been designed to ensure Verizon customers are enabled to continue using their mobile phones to access the internet for such things as downloading music, games, ring tones and viewing videos.
President of the Indiana, Kentucky, and Michigan regions, Greg Haller said that Verizon stays well ahead of their customer’s growing needs by studying the data usage habits and test driving our network to experience firsthand the quality and speeds of our 3G network.