AT&T 4G LTE network now encompasses 150 million U.S. residents

AT&T 4G LTE network now encompasses 150 million U.S. residents

AT&T has expanded its 4G LTE network to six new markets, three in the United States, three in Puerto Rico. With these new metro areas, the carrier now blankets 150 million people across 109 markets. Things seem to be moving pretty quickly for AT&T however they’ll want to step on the gas a bit of they hope to catch Verizon anytime soon. Big Red, for its part, already has 400 markets in the U.S., having hit the mark two months ahead of expectations.

New 4G LTE markets for AT&T

  • Albuquerque, N.M.
  • Reading, Pennsylvania
  • Salt Lake City, Utah
  • Puerto Rico
    • Guayama
    • San German-Cabo Rojo
    • Yauco


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  1. JKendall333
    December 06, 17:48 Reply

    Everyone is always busting AT&T’s balls. I think its 4G LTE service here in Atlanta rocks. I own a hair salon and offer free wi-fi; those customers with AT&T’s 4GLTE always are the first to find the styles they want me to try.

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