Boston, MA 10/16/2013 (wallstreetpr) – The premier telecoms holding company AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) has been awarded the top spot in wireless network performance ranking by an independent mobile analytics firm. This report was released yesterday Tuesday, October 15.
The firm involved in the study was RootMetrics which tested the company’s voice, data and text network performance along with other providers in Cleveland and return a clean bill of health, thus issuing its top honor to AT&T which is already holding on to the reputation as ne of the most honor companies in telecoms.
The study looked into around 53,575 wireless data, text and calls for the company’s Cleveland network during the period of September 2013. This honor thus covers all these wireless communication spheres – data, text and calls.
The study focuses on wireless performance of various providers from the customers’ point of view to established the provider with the most reliable and perhaps, extra mile in its service delivery. This time around, RootMetrics’ study factored in the next-gen 4G LTE network. “AT&T offered a very strong overall performance during our tests,” said RootMetrics’ President and CEO Bill Moore.
Since May 2012, AT&T has been offering its 4G LTE network infrastructure in Cleveland. The company also has 4G HSPA+ technology which allow its customers to get 4G speeds even outside the known 4G LTE areas. However, AT&T is planning to expand its 4G LTE coverage nationwide by end of 2014 to cover around 300 million people.
AT&T’s wireless in Cleveland is one that is paying off very fast and perhaps this explains why the company is so excited to grow its coverage. The company acknowledges the fact that its customers as in need of dependable wireless services to manage their busy lives on the go. Since 2010 through 2012, AT&T has invested over $375 million in its wireline and wireless coverage in Cleveland area. And having seen the potential in this business segment, the company plans even increased investment to offer its customers “great service.”