AT&T 4G LTE spreads to Juneau, Madison and other cities

Alex Wagner
Editorial Director of News and Content from  Omaha, NE
| March 7, 2013

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AT&T customers in several U.S. cities are now able to add a serving of 4G LTE service to their well-balanced breakfast, as the big blue operator announced this morning that its LTE network is now live in several more locales. So far today there have been four new LTE cities announced along with one area that gained some expanded service, and those all join two other areas that gained access to AT&T's LTE network earlier this week. Here's the full rundown of markets with new and expanded AT&T LTE coverage so far this week:

New markets

  • Brunswick, Ga.
  • Evansville, Ind. (also includes Henderson, Ky.)
  • Juneau, Alaska
  • Madison, Wis.
  • Monroe, La.
  • Savannah, Ga.

Expanded markets

  • Hampton Roads, Va. (now includes portions of Newport News, Ft. Eustis, Poquoson and Hampton)

Looks like another expansion with new service that's peppered throughout the Midwestern and Eastern parts of the U.S. There's also one Alaskan market thrown in for good measure, and it's good to one of the non-contiguous states getting some AT&T 4G LTE love as well. Expect AT&T to continue to spread its LTE service throughout 2013, as the operator plans to expand its LTE network to cover 250 million people by the end of this year, with 300 million people expected to be covered by the end of 2014. Are any of you living in an area with recently-activated AT&T LTE service?

Via AT&T (1), (2), (3), (4), (5), (6), (7)