At&T announced it’s giving Monroe and North Hampton county customers a cellular boost. They are installing a new tower that will address phone service issues.
According to information provided by, The Monroe county dead cell zone project. 90% of emergency calls are generated from cell phones. Officials say dead cell zones represent a public safety risk to citizens, families and first responders. The new AT&T site sits high above Wind Gap along Route 33 and will enhance coverage north toward Saylorsburg and south toward Ackermanville.
In creating an Monroe Asset List of available cell locations, the Project is asking fire and ambulance companies, municipalities, nonprofits and private property owners to send site locations to Kelly@LewisStrategic.com.