AT&T’s expands 4G LTE network to 10 new cities

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AT&T has just expanded its 4G LTE network by adding 10 new cities in five different states of the country. AT&T’s 4G LTE network is dubbed as the country’s fastest by many, while Verizon’s 4G LTE network covers the most users. With massive expansion of 4G LTE coverage by all carriers, we’re expecting the entirety of the U.S to be covered by the end of 2015. Sprint added a few regions to its 4G LTE radar beginning from yesterday.

AT&T and Verizon currently have a major portion of the U.S covered, so this news might not concern that many users. But people in the states of Georgia, Oklahoma, West Virginia, Arkansas and Massachusetts should pay close attention. You can find the new regions added by AT&T in the list below:

  • Russellville, AR.
  • Arkadelphia, AR.
  • Cedartown, GA.
  • Rome, GA.
  • Marthas Vineyard, MA.
  • Ardmore, OK.
  • Durant, OK.
  • Enid, OK.
  • Ponca City, OK.
  • Charleston, WV.

Via: Phandroid

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