US telco AT&T has announced the launch of its 3G wireless broadband mobile services in Richmond and Hampton Roads in Virginia.
With the 3G network, consumers and businesses can enjoy wireless broadband speeds from AT&T and use their 3G devices to access feature-rich wireless content including videos, games, pictures and the latest music, entertainment, news and weather, through MEdia Net, the company’s mobile internet portal. Customers also can view clips through CV, an on-demand streaming video service that offers a comprehensive library of mobile video content from some of the top media brands.
The 3G network also provides the simultaneous delivery of voice and data. AT&T’s Video Share is an example of a unique 3G service that enables users to share live video over wireless phones while carrying on a voice call.
Erika Thompson, vice president and general manager for AT&T’s wireless division in Virginia and West Virginia, said: AT&T’s 3G mobile broadband service gives customers quick access to the information they crave the most, whether that means catching the latest video highlights of the Hokies or connecting to their company’s email while out of the office at a client meeting – all from their AT&T 3G device.