America’s second largest carrier, AT&T has just introduced 4G LTE in eight new cities of the U.S. The carrier is still catching up with Verizon in terms of total 4G LTE coverage across the country, although it’s leaps and bounds ahead of carrier’s like Sprint and T-Mobile. This new wave of expansion will bring the carrier’s LTE signals to the following regions:
- Connersville, Ind.
- Mankato-North Mankato, Minn.
- Escanaba, Mich.
- Van Wert and Mansfield, Ohio
- Clearlake, Calif.
- Huntington and Johnstown, Pa.
The carrier is still quite a distance away from reaching Verizon’s landmark, but it won’t be long until AT&T’s 4G LTE networks expand to the entirety of the U.S. This could be concerning for the likes of Sprint and T-Mobile which will at least take a couple of years to finish the rollout. But to be fair, the two carriers didn’t have the head start enjoyed by Verizon or AT&T.