20 new markets get AT&T 4G LTE



AT&T’s 4G LTE onslaught continues with another 20 launches today, folks. Major cities like Biloxi, Huntsville Phoenix, Lansing and more have all been upgraded with super fast data speeds that rival even the likes of broadband home internet. Of course, nothing’s better than being notified of this news by waking up to find a 4G LTE icon lit up on your phone, but if you somehow had your 4G radios disabled you might want to go ahead and reverse that. Read on for the full list of cities included in today’s round of launches.

  • Lansing, Michigan
  • Lake City, Florida
  • Ocala, Florida
  • Shreveport, Louisiana
  • Biloxi, Mississippi
  • Manchester, New Hampshire
  • Henderson, North Carolina
  • Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania
  • Chattanooga, Tennessee
  • Athens, Texas
  • Corsicana, Texas
  • Huntsville, Texas
  • Paris, Texas
  • Centralia, Washington
  • Mountain Home, Arkansas
  • Monticello, Arkansas
  • Huntsville, Alabama
  • Phoenix, Arizona
  • Tucson, Arizona
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  1. If only they had a bootloader-unlocked LTE device…

  2. Got lte as well about two weeks ago in the big metropolis of Troy, KS. 22 down, 6 up. Funny thing is, I only had EDGE speeds until last June. AT&T is definitely spending some coin on their network.

  3. Huntsville definitely needed the upgrade for us college students!

  4. I love how fast AT&T is expanding their LTE network. I travel a lot for my job at DISH, and I will be headed down to Texas in a few weeks. I rely on my phone for business and entertainment when I travel. The high speeds really help when I use my DISH Anywhere app to stream live and recorded TV. I watch a lot of sports while I am on the road, and higher data speeds mean that I get to watch those games in higher definition.

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