AT&T 4G LTE comes to 4 new cities



AT&T has announced that four more markets would be receiving 4G LTE coverage. They’ve recently surpassed 400 markets and have most of the United States population covered, but now is the time to start filling out those gaps in coverage that some folk in more rural and low-key areas may be suffering from. Here’s the short list of the new cities added today:

  • Kailua-Kona, Hawaii
  • Gaffney, South Carolina
  • Laconia, New Hampshire
  • Kankakee-Bradley, Illinois

It’d be hard for people not in those areas to find those places on a map, but they’re just as important as the Chicagos, San Franciscos, and New Yorks of the country. If you happen to be an AT&T faithful with a 4G device, be sure to fire it up and take the network for a whirl.

Quentyn Kennemer
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  1. WTF AT&T. W.T.F.

  2. Just started turning on lte tonight in Saint Joseph, Mo. A little spotty, but I’m sure it will improve in the coming weeks.

  3. It came to several new cities and towns here in NorCal last week, Redding, Shasta Lake, Anderson, Cottonwood and Red Bluff. The LTE for them just showed up on the maps, there was no announcement.

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