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Bluegrass Cellular Expands High-speed Coverage in Adair County

Customers north of Green River will experience faster network speeds

From Lori Riddle Eberenz
Media Representative, Bluegrass Cellular

Elizabethtown, KY (March 22, 2012) - Bluegrass Cellular has expanded its third-generation (3G) evolution-data optimized (EVDO) high-speed wireless service in Adair County. The expansion will add and improve coverage to the community of Knifley, KY as well as along Kentucky 551 between Dry Creek Road and Green River Lake.


The expanded service means customers will experience faster picture and video messaging, game and ringtone downloads, wireless air cards for laptop computers and data speeds for PDAs and smartphones.

Bluegrass Cellular's 3G service provides speeds of up to 800+ kbps (kilobits per second) for phones and up to 1.2+ mbps (megabits per second) for PDAs, smartphones and wireless aircards.

Bluegrass Cellular is represented by Duo-County Telecom in Columbia, KY


This story was posted on 2012-03-26 08:11:02
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