Browsing the Internet, downloading music and sending e-mails just got easier for Verizon Wireless customers throughout Georgia.
The company announced this week it has finished enhancements to its 3G high-speed wireless network throughout Georgia. The service makes it quicker and more reliable to access wireless services.
Jeff Mango, president of Verizon Wireless' Georgia and Alabama region, commented on the project.
"Here's what it means for Georgians: The most reliable wireless broadband services are now available on a wireless network that covers about 40,000 square miles and over 90 perent of the state's population," Mango said in a statement.
Verizon rolled out its high-speed service in Columbus in fall 2006.
The company has installed hardware and software on more than 1,200 Verizon Wireless cell sites in Georgia, as well as on 100 new sites in 2008.
The high-speed network is designed to make it quicker to access services like V CAST, which lets customers watch video clips, play 3D games and download music, and VZ NavigatorSM, which offers maps, audible driving directions, traffic updates and gas station locations.