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- Forty five new cell sites were activated statewide to improve network coverage and capacity, enabling more customers to use their phones for social networking, Internet browsing, downloading apps and music, exchanging email and text, picture and video messages, watching high-quality videos and making calls.
- Permanent backup generators were installed at 71 cell sites to ensure network functionality during times of crisis.
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