The markets in question include Staten Island, New York; New Orleans and Baton Rouge, Louisiana; St. Louis, Missouri; Cleveland, Canton and Akron Ohio; Naples, Florida; Bloomington, Lafayette and Muncie, Indiana; and Bryan-College Station, Texas. Unfortunately, this only puts the nation's second largest network at a total coverage population of 74 million Americans in 28 markets, compared to Verizon's total coverage population of 200 million Americans in 196 markets.
AT&T currently advertises that its 4G LTE network can operate on a whopping eleven devices, including the new third-generation iPad (AT&T 4G LTE models), Samsung Galaxy Note tablet, HTC One X, Pantech Element tablet, HTC Vivid, LG Nitro HD, Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket, HTC Jetstream tablet, Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9, AT&T USBConnect Momentum 4G and AT&T Mobile Hotspot Elevate 4G.
"AT&T customers in Cleveland, Ohio can look forward to even faster mobile Internet speeds very soon, on our leading lineup of smartphones and devices," said Larry Evans, vice president and general manager, AT&T Ohio and western Pennsylvania. "We're excited to bring Cleveland all that 4G LTE has to offer. Our teams will be working hard across the city toward our upcoming launch."