Tennessee gets more 4G courtesy of AT&T


AT&T is expanding the reach of their 4G LTE network in Tennessee, bringing next-gen data speeds to Lawrenceburg, Nashville, and surrounding counties including Davidson, Maury, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, and Wilson. The rollout marks the culmination of over $1.3 billion in improvements to AT&T’s network in Tennessee over the past three years. The new LTE markets come at the perfect time for those looking to pick up a great new Android smartphone, and AT&T hosts two of the best on the market with the HTC One X and Samsung Galaxy S III. Expansion of AT&T’s 4G network will continue aggressively throughout the rest of the year as the carrier plays catch up with leading LTE competitor Verizon.

[via AT&T, 2]

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  1. They can keep their crappy network and awful company. I’ll never leave Verizon. Excellent customer service, excellent phones, and the best/biggest 4GLTE network anywhere.

  2. Why are people getting so many down votes recently? Did a herd of iSheep come and down vote everyone’s comment on Phandroid?

  3. Can you hear me now? Didn’t think so….. I’ve also noticed iSheep are grazing in our fields

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