Great, that's all we need - more Hollywood types walking around Park City with cellphones glued to their ears. But alas, AT&T is making it happen. This is what the carrier said Thursday in a release:
"As thousands of people converge on Park City for the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, AT&T is boosting network capacity to help its customers have a great wireless experience.
The company has enhanced nearby cell sites and deployed three cell sites on wheels (COWs) to accommodate expected increased wireless network demands from high concentrations of smartphone users at the festival. The augmentation will help improve reliability and fast data speeds as the event runs through January 29."
- Vince Horiuchi
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