AT&T expands 4G LTE network by another 7 markets

AT&T expands 4G LTE network by another 7 markets

AT&T, showing no signs of slowing down, has expanded the 4G LTE network by another seven markets. A number of announcements hitting the carrier’s press page tell us that the following cities and smaller metro areas are getting faster data speeds:

  • Pullman, Washington
  • Moscow, Idaho
  • Hattiesburg, Mississippi
  • Starkville, Mississippi
  • Allentown, Pennsylvania
  • Reno, Nevada
  • Richmond, Virginia

AT&T currently blankets more than 160 million US consumers with 4G coverage and expects to eclipse 300 million people by year-end 2014.

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1 Comment

  1. raitchison
    December 13, 11:59 Reply

    AT&Ts LTE network is ridiculously fast where you can get it but the coverage is still spotty. Even in some of the earlier markets to “go live” like Los Angeles it’s still uncommon that I can pull down an LTE signal, most of the time I’m stuck on AT&T’s FauxG HSPA+ network with is pretty slow.

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