AT&T continues to build out 4G service in Wichita, state

AT&T said Monday it has completed nearly 70 mobile Internet cell site upgrades in the Wichita area this year.

The company said the upgrades have enabled it to expand its fourth-generation long term evolution, or 4G LTE, service in the area.

AT&T said in a news release that the upgrades included building 10 new sites, launching 4G service on more than 30 new and existing sites and expanding capacity on about 25 sites.

The company launched 4G service in the area in 2012.

Outside of Wichita this year, AT&T has built 20 new sites in Kansas, launched 4G service on nearly 300 new and existing sites, and expanded capacity at more than 110 sites in the state.