LINCOLN Unicels latest expansion of its wireless digital network includes a new cell site in Lincoln as part of the companys ongoing investment in its network across Vermont. The Lincoln cell site offers superior cellular coverage south and east of Lincoln, and boosts the wireless networks capabilities to Route 17 and to parts of Bristol. Unicel, which has been operating in the region since 1990, provides wireless services in primarily rural areas and plans to continue to add new cell sites based on customer needs and geography. The company recently announced new cell sites in Burke, Lyndon, Vernon and Waitsfield, and plans to add as many as 12 more cell sites in Vermont by the end of the year. The developments bring the total number of GSM-capable Unicel cellular sites in Vermont to 126, giving residents, travelers and business people the benefits of an advanced network. GSM technology is recognized as the worldwide standard for wireless communication. Unicels lineup of data-compatible phones including the Motorola Z6, V8 and the HTC s621 allow customers to enjoy features including high-resolution video capabilities, games and weather radar, advanced features such as Unicels Pictures2GoSM picture mail and Mail2GoSM e-mail program as well as additional services.