AT&T 4G LTE launches in Milwaukee, Denver, Louisville and more


AT&T has just announced the launch of LTE for several new cities. There are some major ones here so quite a few of you are sure to be pleased. New cities with Ma Bell’s super fast speeds include Milwaukee, WI; Denver, CO; Louisville, KY; Orlando, FL; York, PA; Tacoma, WA; Annapolis, MD; and Provo, UT.

While we’re never angry to see new LTE launches at any capacity, it’s especially refreshing to see a list of cities that (hopefully) most people can point out on a map. The break neck pace that Verizon’s employed still hasn’t been matched by any other carrier, but progress is progress and we’re glad to see AT&T continuing to roll its network out for the benefit of users everywhere.

Those who have bought a smartphone within the past few years are likely to have 4G LTE radios inside, and you can trust me when I say I know how it feels to have a smartphone that I know can’t reach its full potential because of the area I live in. If you have a 4G smartphone be sure to give it a whirl with a speed test or two, and let us know how the new speeds are treating you in the comments section below!

[via AT&T]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Had LTE here in Orlando since the Skyrocket came out. Also, Orlando is completely covered in LTE from the very tips of the city. I had some days last month where I lost LTE in my store but it is back now. Maybe it was them beefing it up.

    1. It was an announcement for Daytona Beach, not Orlando!

  2. I noticed they switched on LTE in Annapolis last week. Now I have LTE for my whole commute, which is nice for streaming Google Music.

  3. My wife is part of the team that just launched Louisville, KY. Lexington, KY. will be up pretty quickly next.

  4. My wife is part of the team that just launched Louisville, KY. Lexington, KY. will be up pretty quickly next.

  5. I just bought a galaxy note 2 last night and seeing Denver getting LTE today. I feel like a kid at Christmas.

    1. A whole month and a half early!

  6. AT&T HSPA+ is quite fast where I am — I am a little worried about what LTE will do to battery life on our Skyrocket and Note phones. Hopefully, it is a better experience than Verizon, but I have to wonder if Apple’s apprehension and Google’s rejection of current LTE means something is still seriously awry.

  7. We got it in San Francisco and the surrounding areas. It’s amazingly fast. In the Verizon ads saying how much coverage they have, with all their graphs, I don’t care where they are if they cover 100 markets on the west coast. It means nothing if they don’t cover where I and my clients actually are and need to easily book appointments.

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