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AT&T Launches Eight New 4G LTE Markets Across US

This morning, AT&T announced yet another set of cities/towns that have been graced with their 4G LTE network. It seems that the network won’t stop its rollout, at least until every US resident is bathed in faster data speeds.

As for the competition, Verizon announced the end of its 4G LTE rollout quite some time ago, and we actually expected the same from AT&T, as both carriers are now focusing on LTE-Advanced in select markets. Verizon is also beefing up large chunks of its LTE network to XLTE, which simply boosts bandwidths in struggling sectors. 

But what about T-Mobile and Sprint? Well, both seem to rather announce new LTE markets at press events, thinking its best to light up 100 markets at a time, instead of gradually rolling them out. While it makes a better headline to do that, it’s hard to keep track exactly of the progress both companies are making for their customers.

Check below for the full list of new markets for 4G LTE from AT&T.

New Markets

  • Connersville, Ind.
  • Mankato-North Mankato, Minn.
  • Escanaba, Mich.
  • Van Wert and Mansfield, Ohio
  • Clearlake, Calif.
  • Huntington and Johnstown, Pa.
Via: AT&T


  • socalrailroader

    Actually, here in Northwestern California new AT&T LTE was launched not only in Clearlake, but in Lakeport, Upper Lake, Nice, Lucerne, Clearlake Oaks, Middletown, Kelseyville, Fort Bragg, Cleone, Laytonville, Garberville, Miranda, Rio Dell, Scotia and Fortuna. That still leaves Hopland, Mendocino, Cloverdale, Boonville, Philo, Orick, Smith River, Crescent City and Weaverville to do in NW CA.

  • rjr162

    Hahahahha hunting*T*on? No such place. There’s a North Huntingdon.. And a hunting*D*on that they’re talking about (and which has had 4G LTE for a few months now

  • Mike Credelle

    but, but, but, they said in their ads they had the biggest LTE network, why would they possibly need to expand it.

  • Craig Zuber

    I find it pathetic and hilarious that att doesn’t have LTE in Lake Isabella Ca. We got LTE almost two years ago on Verizon and at att has hspa+. Speeds have slowed to almost nothing. YouTube has to constantly buffer. I’m flying around about 40mbps average on Verizon LTE. Highest I’ve gotten is 102mbps.

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  • besweeet

    That same list compared to T-Mobile:
    – Connersville, IN: ROAMING
    – Mankato-North Mankato, MN: LTE
    – Escanaba, MI: ROAMING
    – Van Wert, OH: 2G
    – Mansfield, OH: LTE
    – Clearlake, CA: LTE
    – Huntington, PA: ROAMING
    – Johnstown, PA: 2G

    • Jeremy

      I live in Huntingdon, PA and would jump ship to T-mobile in a second if it wasnt roaming everywhere in this area.

  • Dustin Carney

    Johnstown has been live since march.

  • ufish2

    come on aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat&t..had lte 20 miles around us here in s. central Il for a yr..pull us in..plz!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • ToddAwesome

    Hey Verizon, how about beefing up your 3G and 1X service that I constantly travel though just 20 miles west of Boston.

    • monkeybutts

      For speeds? Don’t think Verizon would fix that till you get LTE in that area. There really is no purpose upgrading 3G for Verizon seeing as LTE will eventually be able to use VoLTE (Voice over LTE) getting rid of all that 3G and 1X where they are legally allowed to anyways.

      • ToddAwesome

        That’s the issue, there is LTE all over, and then these large sections of random towns that are complete dead zones. If their LTE rollout is done, what exactly does that mean for those areas.

  • Nic

    Escanaba, yes! U.P. here I come.