Tuesday, February 5, 2013
The company is testing technology in Waukesha and AT&T representatives say that they've seen improvement.
AT&T Corp. is testing technology in Waukesha that might reduce the number of dropped cellphone calls, reported the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. The company has already been testing transmitters on its Waukesha campus that has a customer call center and other services. The tested technology would be placed in areas where large cell tower don'g work and mounted on lampposts, utility poles and buildings. It's a big step toward filling coverage gaps in areas where a wireless signal is blocked by buildings, reported the Journal Sentinel. Similar technology is used in large places like sports stadiums, including Miller Park. AT&T says it plans to install more than 40,000 small cell transmitters on its wireless network by the end of 2015. AT&T …
Saturday, June 30, 2012
Cell phones can be donated to area AT&T locations to support American soldiers who are away from their families.
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Suspect begins to yell at his sister after she tells a sales person she doesn't want U-Verse and shuts the door, according to criminal complaint.
A 60-year-old Waukesha man is facing charges after he got into an argument in his sister when she closed the door on a sales representative for AT&T U-Verse. Gordon L. Riddiough recently was charged in Waukesha County Circuit Cour with one count of disorderly conduct-domestic abuse. If convicted, he faces up to 90 day in jail and $1,000 in fines. According to the criminal complaint: At 4:40 p.m. May 5, the sales representative came to the victim’s home in the 200 block of South West Avenue and began to pitch for her to purchase a U-Verse system, however, she told the representative they had gotten rid of cable to save money and shut the door. Riddough, who is the brother of the victim, became upset with her for shutting the door on the …
Tuesday, December 6, 2011
Packers fullback John Kuhn signed autographs Tuesday at AT&T store in Brookfield for fans who donated food to Milwaukee Hunger Task Force.
Lining up three hours before the event, fans brought a plethora of items for Packers fullback John Kuhn to sign as they filled two food donation boxes for charity. Hundreds of people wrapped around the shopping center with the AT&T store at 3825 N. 124th St. to see No. 30, known affectionately as "Kuuuuuuuuhhhhhnnnn!" Once inside, fans stuffed two canned and non-perishable goods into tall boxes for the Hunger Task Force. Colleen Rogers of Brookfield said she waited for about 45 minutes to get in, but that was a snap compared to the more than two hours she waited to see Donald Driver, who was autographing his latest book a few blocks away at Goodwill in Wauwatosa. (Driver also was in Waukesha.) "I already have his other three books and I …