Cingular Sets Its Sites on 'Driving Down The Shore' This Summer KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa., May 26 /PRNewswire/ -- The unofficial start of summer is upon us. Memorial Day is traditionally the first summer get-away weekend for beach-goers. Cingular Wireless, the nation's largest wireless provider, today highlighted its commitment to provide outstanding network performance and a world-class wireless experience for customers using their service when driving down to beaches in southern New Jersey and Delaware. The project includes the addition of four new cell sites in Beach Haven Park, Longport, Woodbine and Buckshutem. Additional areas of coverage improvement also include Stone Harbor, Wildwood, Avalon, South Seaside Park, North Cape May, and Burleigh. "We are aggressively putting up new sites to give our customers in southern New Jersey and Delaware more bars in more places, so that they have the very best wireless network experience when they're at home, at work or driving down to Atlantic City or Rehoboth Beach this summer," said Dan Lafond, Cingular Wireless Vice President and General Manager for Greater Philadelphia. Plus for those rainy days at the shore, Cingular announced it has improved its in-building wireless coverage at Trump Plaza, Trump Taj Mahal and Trump Marina in Atlantic City and in many of the most popular shopping malls in southern New Jersey and Delaware including Ocean County Mall, Hamilton Mall in May's Landing and the Rehoboth Outlet Centers. Cingular's network technicians drive approximately 80,000 miles every month throughout the greater Philadelphia area, monitoring the company's network, as well as those of competitors. That's more than three complete trips around the earth! Cingular continues to enhance its network daily in the Greater Philadelphia area. This year, Cingular Wireless plans to spend more than $6 billion nationally to add thousands of new cell sites and to fine-tune network performance.