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Thursday, 11 April 2013 06:56

AT&T to offer 4G LTE in 79 new markets

Written by David Stellmack

iPhone 5 users can’t wait for it to arrive

AT&T has announced that it will be rolling out 4G LTE to 79 additional new markets by this summer. This news should make AT&T iPhone 5 and LTE-enabled iPad owners happy campers if they happen to be in one of these 79 new markets. These markets include:

Anderson, S.C. / Athens, Tex. / Atlantic City, N.J. / Batavia, N.Y. / Cape Cod, Mass. / Cape Girardeau, Mo. / Charleston to Walterboro, S.C. / Chattanooga, Tenn. / Chico, Calif. / Columbia, Mo. / Columbus, Ind. / Cookeville, Tenn. / Corinth/New Albany, Miss. / Corsicana, Tex. / Cortland, N.Y. / Davenport, Iowa / Dayton, Ohio / Dover, Del. / Duluth, Minn. / Farmington, N.M. / Flagstaff, Ariz. / Flint, Mich. / Florence/Muscle Shoals, Ala. / Fort Wayne, Ind. / Gallup, Tex. / Goldsboro, N.C. / Greenwood, Miss. / Gulfport/Biloxi, Miss. / Hancock County, Ga. / Huntington, W.V. / Huntington, W.V. / Huntsville, Ala. / Huntsville, Tex. / Jackson, Miss. / Jackson, Tenn. / Jefferson/Commerce, Ga. / Kalamazoo, Mich. / Kinston, N.C. / Lansing, Mich. / Laramie, Wyo. / Laredo, Tex. / Leonardtown, Md. / Manhattan, Kan. / Merced, Calif. / Meridian/Philadelphia, Miss. / Millville, N.J. / Monroeville/Evergreen, Ala. / Morgantown, W.V. / Muskegon, Miss. / Nacogdoches-Lufkin, Tex. / Napa, Calif. / New Haven, Conn. / Ocean City, N.J. / Orangeburg, S.C. / Paris, Tex. / Petersburg, Va. / Portsmouth, N.H. / Rio Grande Valley, Tex. / Roanoke, Va. / Rockingham County/Reidsville, N.C. / Rocky Mount, Va. / Saginaw, Mich. / Salem, Ore. / San Francisco, Calif. / Santa Rosa-Petaluma, Calif. / Seneca Falls, N.Y. / Sherman-Denison, Tex. / Shreveport, La. / Spokane, Wash. / Texarkana, Tex. / Topeka, Ks. / Troy/Greenville, Ala. / Tuscaloosa, Ala. / Valdosta, Ga. / Victoria, Tex. / Visalia, Calif. / Williamsport, Penn. / Wilson, N.C. / Wooster, Ohio / Youngstown, Ohio

According to AT&T, a number of these markets have been getting 4G data speeds, but not the kinds of speeds that the 4G LTE is capable of. Once these additional 79 markets are added, AT&T claims that its 4G coverage will cover approximately 288 million people in the US. Recent tests have revealed that AT&T 4G LTE speeds are the fastest among 4G LTE providers in the US. AT&T has deployed 4G LTE in 171 markets.

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