AT&T launched its LTE network over 8 new markets on June 26. Those include Hot Springs, Arkansas; Visalia, California; Brainerd Lakes, Minnesota; Jackson County, Georgia; Mount Vernon, Ohio; Minot, North Dakota and Grand Rapids, Minnesota.
Today AT&T's LTE network expansion continues in 20 new markets - Sherman-Denison, Texas; Corpus Christi, Texas; Searcy, Arkansas; West Point, Mississippi; Greenwood-Cleveland, Mississippi; Lawton, Oklahoma; Bay Minette, Alabama; Bremerton, Washington; Moses Lake, Washington; Yakima, Washington; New Ulm, Minnesota; Cape Girardeau, Missouri; Lafayette, Louisiana; Dunn, North Carolina; Valdosta, Georgia; Dillon, South Carolina; Beckley and Oak Kill, West Virginia; Atlantic City, New Jersey; Chico-Oroville, California and Homosassa Springs, Florida.
AT&T launched its LTE network back in 2011. Since then the carrier is constantly extending the coverage. If everything goes according to plan AT&T is hoping to complete its LTE network deployment until the end of 2013.
AT&T are using mostly Ericsson equipment for LTE
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june 26. friday.