AT&T customers in West Hollywood will benefit from network improvements the company has made over the past few months to six cell sites throughout the city, according to a company representative.
The company has spent about $450 million to improve coverage in Los Angeles, including 1,700 network improvements in the past few months, according to Meredith Red, an AT&T representative.
"This is a densely populated area where AT&T invests heavily," Red said.
As a result of the network improvements, there has been a 41 percent decline in dropped calls, according to an AT&T news release.
“We are committed to deliver the best customer experience possible, by expanding network capacity and improving service quality,” said Andy Shibley, AT&T vice president and general manager in Los Angeles, in a statement. “These improvements translate into tangible customer benefits.”