AT&T boosts coverage in areas where you can experience the solar eclipse

For the first time in almost 100 years, all of North America will experience a total solar eclipse. On Aug. 21, anyone within the path of totality from Oregon to North Carolina will experience over 2 minutes of complete darkness. In the middle of the day.

Everyone will look to snap, stream and share photos of this once in a lifetime event.

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To support customers nationwide in the path of totality, AT&T will deploy 9 Cell on Wheels (COWs) and 1 Cell on a Light Truck (COLT).

Be on the lookout for our COWs at popular festival and viewing locations in:

  • Madras, Oregon
  • Mitchell, Oregon
  • Idaho Falls, Idaho
  • Glendo Reservoir, Wyoming
  • Carbondale, Illinois
  • Columbia, Missouri
  • Owensville, Missouri
  • Washington, Missouri
  • Hopkinsville, Kentucky
  • Beatrice, Nebraska

AT&T expects that these deployments will boost capacity by an average of 160%.

Unable to make it to one of the viewing locations in the path of totality? Catch NASA’s live-stream from several locations on NASA TV, Channel 352 on DIRECTV.

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