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AT&T Announces Seven New 4G LTE Markets

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AT&T announced seven new 4G LTE markets this morning, continuing the push to complete its rollout. Along with the announcement, AT&T also wanted to remind us that not only do they have America’s fastest LTE network, but it is now also the most reliable according to third party data. On Monday, that claim was taken quite seriously by Verizon, prompting them to take out a full page ad in the WSJ setting the record straight on the standards of reliability. 

But enough with the drama. Here are the newest LTE markets for AT&T.

  • Columbia, Missouri
  • Sussex County, Delaware
  • Merced and Madera-Chowchilla, California
  • Vallejo-Vacaville, California
  • New London County, Connecticut
  • Greenville, Alabama
  • Troy, Alabama

Via:  AT&T


    Keep dreaming AT&T while you still feed a misinformed public with your outright lies and misleading info. You’ve still got light years to go to catch up with Verizon.

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  • Sean Bello

    New London, biatch!

    • Good_Ole_Pinocchio


  • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

    With this expansion continuing… That $60 BYOD prepaid LTE plan from ATT is looking better and better. Getting annoyed with being under contract. And I especially just want to be on a GSM network for obvious reasons.

    • Zach Armstrong

      The $60 plan is a good deal especially since you can bring your own device That’s the plan I have on my Nexus 4

      • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

        Finally someone on the plan. Can you add insurance to that plan?

        • Zach Armstrong

          I don’t think If you BYOD you can Not 100% sure though

        • MichaelWiebe

          Square trade works out to be cheaper than carrier insurance, just don’t lose your phone…

          • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

            See that’s the same reason I don’t mess with best buy insurance. I need something to protect me against losing my phone. If my phone has ever had a hardware issue i’ve always convinced the carriers to fix it or replace without paying.

    • Justin W

      That’s the same plan I’ll be using once we get LTE in my area. I have an HTC One unlocked and am dying to get back on an LTE network (on prepaid [StraightTalk], and AT&T’s HSPA+ just doesn’t work for my needs anymore).

    • michael arazan

      In a couple more years there won’t even be a GSM network anywhere in the states with the big 4 carriers racing towards lte networks. Even europe is pushing hard to start changing towards lte in western countries, and half of Britain is lte covered.