Broadpoint Expands Coverage

Thursday, April 30, 2009

Broadpoint has increased its number of cellular sites in the Gulf of Mexico by more than 30 percent, and said it will continue an aggressive schedule to add additional sites through the end of this year.  In addition to expanding its core network, Broadpoint has made technology upgrades to its remote customer premise equipment and product offerings.

The upgrades and additions to Broadpoint’s cellular network were made to improve service in highly trafficked areas and to add coverage in several new locations. As part of the expansion, the company now provides telecommunications service and network coverage in the Gulf’s deepwater areas for the first time.

Broadpoint’s coverage area exceeds 100,000 square miles in the Gulf, and the company provides 24/7 customer service support.

(www.broadpointinc.com)

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