AT&T, the nation’s largest wireless carrier, is launching a service called Cell Phone Gun that lets users take a cell signal to their phone, record it, and then send it via SMS to a tower, even if the phone is in a different cell tower.
It’s part of AT>ains push to expand its mobile Internet coverage beyond traditional rural communities.
The service, which is still in its early stages, lets people sign up for a service that allows them to listen in on other users’ conversations.
It works by allowing a person in the same area of a network to listen to the same conversations from different networks and listen in even if they’re not connected to the other network, according to the service’s website.
There are also options to send text messages using the Cell PhoneGun service.
Cell Phone Gun will not be available for the AT<d Cell Tower Surveillance Services program, which provides coverage to rural areas.
AT>ain, the largest provider of cellular service in the U.S., is using Cell Phone Guns to expand cellular coverage in areas that it deems “undesirable” for cellular service.
The new service will also let people take a signal to other cell towers in their area, and they can use it to listen, according the company.
A new feature in the new service lets people share a cell call on a smartphone and send a video clip, which can then be sent to other users.
This is AT&gd’s latest move to expand the amount of wireless service available to its customers.
In March, AT&ttd announced it would build an 8G network in parts of New Mexico, Arizona, and Nevada.
AT&td plans to extend that network to other regions in the future.
As part of the push to extend its network, ATgtains new Cell Phone gun service is also a part of a wider push to improve coverage in the rural areas of the U,S., where AT&rtd already operates a network.