AT&T announces 50 more LTE launches before the end of this year


AT&T is continuing to flex its muscle in the 4G LTE game as the nation’s second largest carrier has confirmed that they would be bringing LTE to at least 50 more markets by the end of this year. The list is massive, and although a great deal of you might not have heard of 90% of the cities on this list, it’s always nice to see coverage rounded out so there are as few dead spots as possible.


Such a milestone would definitely put AT&T over the top for being able to cover close to of their subscribers with 4G LTE coverage by the end of the year. AT&T has been on an absolute tear this year, with the company adding anywhere between 5 and 20 new 4G LTE cities every single week without fail. It’s almost time to wrap these initial rollouts up, though, and we can only imagine AT&T is already looking toward LTE-Advanced to provide folks with increased bandwidth, more reliable network conditions, and other benefits.

You’ll want to take a look at the full list of cities below. We don’t have any specific dates for any of these cities yet, but with just about three and a half more months left in 2013 we imagine most of you will be patient enough.

1. Fairbanks, AK
2. Dothan, AL
3. Selma, AL
4. Redding, CA
5. Durango, CO
6. Pueblo, CO
7. Tifton, GA
8. Waycross, GA
9. Kauai, HI
10. The Big Island, HI
11. Des Moines-West Des Moines, IA
12. Twin Falls, ID
13. Lewiston, ID-WA
14. Decatur, IL
15. Kankakee-Bradley, IL
16. Peoria, IL
17. Paducah, KY-IL
18. Alexandria, LA
19. Lake Charles, LA
20. Lewiston-Auburn, ME
21. Battle Creek, MI
22. Jackson, MI
23. Joplin, MO
24. Poplar Bluff, MO
25. Rolla, MO
26. Brookhaven, MS
27. McComb, MS
28. Natchez, MS-LA
29. Kalispell, MT
30. Greenville, NC
31. Jacksonville, NC
32. Fargo, ND-MN
33. Elmira, NY
34. Utica-Rome, NY
35. Portsmouth, OH
36. Sandusky, OH
37. East Stroudsburg, PA
38. Pottsville, PA
39. Abilene, TX
40. Amarillo, TX
41. Longview, TX
42. Marshall, TX
43. San Angelo, TX
44. Tyler, TX
45. Port Angeles, WA
46. Appleton, WI
47. Fond du Lac, WI
48. Oshkosh-Neenah, WI
49. Gillette, WY
50. Sheridan, WY

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  1. 50 new cities and not one within 500 miles of me…

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