Copper Valley Telecom announced that it has upgraded its cell site located at milepost 21 Richardson Highway to 4G LTE. The site serves the Heiden View subdivision and the Richardson Highway corridor from approximately milepost 17 (north of Keystone Canyon) to approximately milepost 23 (near the hairpin corner leading to Thompson Pass).
Nearby recreational areas such as Wortmann's Canyon across the Lowe River and Stone Mountain also receive signal from the site cell.
"We are pleased to continue to upgrade cell towers in our service area to the latest and fastest technology. 4G LTE offers data speeds of up to 20 Mbps for smartphones, tablets, and data routers equipped with SIM cards," said Dave Dengel, Copper Valley Telecom"s CEO. "This tower is used by residents, highway travelers, and recreationists year round."
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