AT&T flips 4G LTE switch in three new markets

Alex Wagner
Editorial Director of News and Content from  Omaha, NE
| Published: April 19, 2012


Good news for AT&T customers in the Midwest, as the carrier announced today that it's lit up three new 4G LTE markets in two different states. The newest members of AT&T's Club LTE are Akron and Canton, Ohio and Lafayette, Ind. This latest expansion brings the total number of AT&T LTE markets up to 35.

All three of the newly-minted AT&T LTE cities are part of the list of markets that the carrier said last month that it'd be rolling LTE service out to through early summer. Today's expansion comes a little over a week after AT&T's last LTE growth, and it's good to see AT&T continuing to steadily spread its LTE network out across the country. If you live in one of the three new AT&T LTE markets and have a device capable of accessing the network, why not test it out a bit and swing by our comments section to tell us how it's working?

Via AT&T (1), (2), (3)