AT&T has been on a nice, steady pace in terms of 4G LTE rollouts and expansions, and two new markets are finally receiving coverage today. Ascension Parish near Baton Rouge and Western Nassau County near New York City are receiving high speed coverage starting today, and with dozens of smartphones, tablets, and hotspot devices with compatible radios we’d imagine more than a few of you are excited for that. There are still a lot of major markets to take care of but any progress is good progress in our eyes. See if you can get that 4G LTE icon to show up in your device’s status bar and let us know how things are faring for you. [AT&T 1, 2]
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