WICHITA — Two major mobile phone companies said they have added cell sites and expanded their service capabilities in Kansas in 2009.
AT&T said today that it added more than 25 new cell sites in the state and upgraded 13 others to third-generation wireless technology.
It spent more than $600 million on its Kansas network between 2007 and 2009, AT&T said.
Verizon Wireless said it spent more than $44 million in 2009 to build 18 new cell sites and upgraded equipment on existing cell sites to increase coverage and capacity of its third-generation network in Kansas.
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