When it comes to expanding 4G LTE coverage, no one can accuse AT&T of resting on its laurels. The carrier passed the 500-market milestone in January, and today announced that it is adding six new coverage areas, plus two expansions of coverage.
Customers in Tell City, Indiana, and Charlevoix and Emmet counties, Michigan will see improved LTE.
AT&T’s momentum is impressive. At this rate, the carrier’s goal of completing its 4G LTE rollout by summer 2014 is looking increasingly likely. Of course, Ma Bell’s already planning ahead – the carrier recently announced that it will beat Verizon to the punch with LTE-Advanced coverage and HD Voice in select markets.
Here’s a full list of newly-covered cities:
- Richmond-New Castle, Ind.
- Adrian, Mich.
- Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.
- Glens Falls, N.Y. (includes South Glens Falls, West Glens Falls, Hudson Falls, Lake George Village, Queensbury, Kingsbury, Fort Ann, near Glen Lake and along the I-87 Northway between Moreau and Warrensburg)
- St. Mary’s, Pa. (includes Johnsonburg, Ridgway, and Wilcox in Elk County as well as Emporium in Cameron County)
- Danville, Va.
Got to hand it to AT&T. Step up your game, Verizon!