AT&T 4G LTE network grows by another four markets

AT&T 4G LTE network grows by another four markets

AT&T has a pair of Android-powered handsets ready for the new 4G LTE network, both of which make their debut on November 6th. On top of that, the carrier has been offering a Honeycomb tablet in the HTC Jetstream, which also is equipped for the new, faster data connection. Great movement on the device front, but what about the network side of things?

November 6th will also see AT&T growing the 4G LTE footprint by another four markets: Boston, Washington, D.C., Baltimore, and Athens, Ga. Once up and running, this will bring the total number of markets to 9, or more than halfway to the goal of 15 markets/70 million Americans by the end of the year. Previously, the cities that launched with 4G LTE are Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio.

Are you 4G LTE ready?

Do you live in one of these markets? Are you eyeing either the Galaxy S II Skyrocket or HTC Vivid for your next Android purchase? Why or why not?

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