America’s second largest carrier, AT&T, has just announced new markets which will be getting its 4G LTE signals. The carrier has also expanded coverage in two cities. This new batch of expansion comes as the carrier is looking to gain a substantial boost in marketshare with its blazing fast LTE networks. The carrier enjoys the privilege of being one of the second largest LTE networks in the U.S. only behind Verizon.
The likes of Sprint and T-Mobile are far behind, so they’re not threats in this segment at the moment. Have a close look at the list below to see if your cities are included in the list.
- Yuma, Ariz.
- Eureka, Calif.
- Elkhart-Goshen, Ind.
- Traverse City, Mich.
- Ogdensburg-Massena, N.Y., (includes Lisbon, Massena, Norfolk, Ogdensburg, Rensselaer Falls, Waddington and Routes 37, 56 and 812)
- Plattsburgh, N.Y.
- Wenatchee, Wash.
The regions where the carrier expanded its LTE coverage are the following:
- Reno, Nev. (now includes Truckee and Grass Valley, Calif.)
- Sweetwater, Texas (now includes portions of Merkel, Tye and Abilene)
We expect the carrier to bring more regions under its 4G LTE umbrella in the coming weeks. AT&T recently launched carrier segregation in Chicago with support for LTE-A networks, although adoption is pretty low at the moment due to lack of compatible hardware. We can expect the carrier to expand these networks further beyond Chicago in the coming months.
Source: PR Newswire
Via: Phone Dog