AT&T has rolled out significant upgrades and expansions for its 4G LTE network. About 16 markets are affected in this latest round, with 11 new launches and five expansions. Folks in Salem, OR; Dover, MD; Dover, DE; Shelton, WA; Longview, WA; Leonardtown, MD; Asheville, NC; Culpepper, VA; Goldsboro, NC; Ocean City, MD; Roanoke, VA; Port Townsend, WA are all seeing new launches.
As for expansions, those in Casa Grande, AZ; Linglestown, PA; Fredericksberg, VA; Schenectady, NY; and Calvert County, MD and surrounding areas will be seeing expanded coverage. None of these cities alone are huge names, but hitting smaller cities on a regular basis is necessary if AT&T wants to meet its goal of hooking up their current HSPA+ footprint with LTE by the time it’s all said and done. Turn your 4G LTE phone or tablet on and see if you can start riding one of those high speed signals right now.
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