Heads up, AT&T customers, because today the big blue carrier made a couple of announcements that you may want to be aware of. The first is that, a day after AT&T expanded its 4G LTE network to a handful of cities across the U.S., the coverage has expanded to one more locale. AT&T today confirmed that its LTE service is now live in the Twin Cities of Minnesota, bringing coverage to residents of towns like Minneapolis and St. Paul.
The second bit of AT&T news is for international travelers. AT&T today announced some new global roaming packages, including additions for calling, messaging and data use. Due to arrive on November 16, here's how the new offerings break down:
Looks like AT&T customers that plan to travel abroad and want to sign up for minutes, messages or megabytes through their carrier will have several more options after tomorrow. As for today's other news, the launch of LTE in the Twin Cities gives AT&T another major addition to its list of LTE-covered towns, and I'm sure that the residents there are happy to have access to the service, especially with the recent arrival of devices like the iPhone 5 and Galaxy Note II. Any of you out there riding on AT&T's new LTE network in the Twin Cities?