AT&T 4G LTE goes live in 7 markets, dozens more expected in 2012

AT&T 4G LTE goes live in 7 markets, dozens more expected in 2012


AT&T spent the wee hours of the morning deploying dozens of separate press releases all of which pertained to their 4G LTE network. Rather than link to each and every one of them, we gathered things up as best we could and lumped it in a nice bullet-point list. According to the nation’s second largest carrier, 4G LTE is now available in 7 new markets (and two expansions) with many more expected by the end of the year.

New markets

  • Anchorage, Alaska
  • Bakersfield, California
  • Bridgeport, Connecticut
  • Jacksonville, Florida
  • Modesto, California
  • Omaha, Nebraska
  • Syracuse, New York
  • NYC-NJ expansion, DC-Baltimore expansion

Markets expected to see AT&T 4G LTE by end of 2012:

  • Albany, New York
  • Albuquerque, New Mexico
  • Allentown, Pennsylvania
  • Boise, Idaho
  • Charleston, South Carolina
  • Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Columbia, South Carolina
  • Columbus, Ohio
  • Detroit, Michigan
  • El Paso, Texas
  • Fayetteville, North Carolina
  • Ft. Myers, Florida
  • Gary, Indiana
  • Grand Rapids, Michigan
  • Green Bay, Wisconsin
  • Greenville, South Carolina
  • Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
  • Hartford, Connecticut
  • Hawaii
  • Knoxville, Tennessee
  • Lancaster, Pennsylvania
  • Little Rock, Arkansas
  • Louisville, Kentucky
  • Memphis, Tennessee
  • Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  • Nashua, New Hampshire
  • New Haven, Connecticut
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • Portland, Oregon
  • Providence, Rhode Island
  • Reading, Pennsylvania
  • Rochester, New York
  • Sacramento, California
  • Salinas-Seaside-Monterey, California
  • Seattle, Washington
  • Springfield, Massachusetts
  • Tucson, Arizona
  • Tulsa, Oklahoma
  • Wilmington, Delaware

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