AT&T has now started rolling out 4G LTE services to a handful of new regions while Tell City, Indiana and Charlevoix as well as Emmet counties in Michigan are getting an upgrade to the existing networks. AT&T has been on a roll for the last year or so with expansions happening on a regular basis.
Regions to receive 4G LTE coverage for the first time are the following:
- 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.
AT&T has partially launched its LTE-A networks in Chicago, so we could see an expansion of these networks in other territories as well. Device compatibility is fairly limited at the moment, but we can expect future devices to come with support for this feature by default.
Via: Android and Me