AT&T launches 4G LTE in 20 new regions across the U.S.


AT&T is quickly expanding its 4G LTE coverage around the U.S. in a bid to catch up with Verizon Wireless. Today, the carrier has lit up 20 new cities with its blazing fast 4G LTE signals. The carrier expects to continue on its merry way and bring 4G LTE to the majority of the country by the end of the year. Carriers like Sprint and T-Mobile are quite behind in terms of coverage, but that shouldn’t stop AT&T from looking ahead. AT&T will reportedly reach 30 million Points of Presence (POPs) by the end of 2014 which would bring its total coverage area to about 97% of the United States, thus shortening the gap between Verizon. The new regions to freshly receive AT&T’s 4G LTE signals include:

  • El Centro – California
  • Jasper and Huntingburg – Indiana
  • Danville, Richmond and Somerset – Kentucky
  • Benton Harbor, Buchanan, Cadillac, McBain and Niles – Michigan
  • Tunica – Mississippi
  • East Liverpool – Ohio
  • New Castle – Pennsylvania
  • Farjado and Ponce – Puerto Rico
  • Barre and Burlington, Vermont
  • Wheeling, West Virginia
  • La Crosse, Wisconsin

Source: AT&T

Via: Phone Scoop

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