AT&T adds even more cities to the 4G LTE list



It’s starting to look like AT&T is right in the thick of things with its 4G LTE rollout. The company has been on a rollout pace we’ve never even seen Verizon reach, with sizable lists of new cities being added nearly every week. The latest adds the Tri-Cities area of Washington, which includes Kennewick, Pasco and Richland. Beyond that, folks in Rio Grande Valley near Brownsville, TX; Tuscaloosa, AL; Florence, AL; and Gallup, NM have all been blessed with the high speed data signal. You know the drill by now — fire her up and look for AT&T’s distinctive 4G LTE logo in the status bar of your phone.

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  1. Seems at&t is trying to catch up to Verizon I hope T-Mobile takes note well they just started so only time will tell

    1. Yea… It’s still sketchy around Houston. Though I do like how I can fall back on a decent network unlike Sprint. No 4G on Sprint pretty much meant no data at all. That 3G was horrible.

      1. ‘Is’ horrible.

      2. In some places, data isn’t bad on sprint. But if you’re out driving and need to search a place or something, it is frustrating bcuz you have to wait forever for it just to fail the search. Once my etf gets around 100 or so, I’m terminating my contract and ditching them. Nothing van change my mind.

  2. Still waiting for
    Charleston, WV
    Huntington, WV
    Morgantown, WV
    and Logan, WV
    Then I’ll be satisfied lol :)
    Verizon has it there already.

  3. folks in Rio Grande Valley near Brownsville, TX..
    The RGV consists of 3 counties and Brownsville is one city in the farthest corner closest to the Gulf of Mexico. It’s mainly folks in Brownsville, and why Brownsville?!?!
    ah who cares I have Verizon.

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