Hot on the heels of a report that showed AT&T's 4G LTE speeds as being the fastest of the big four U.S. carriers, AT&T has expanded its LTE footprint to some new locales. The big blue operator announced this morning that its LTE network is now available in Cleveland, Tenn., and Augusta, Ga. AT&T has also expanded some of its existing LTE coverage, growing its footprint in Williamsburg, Va., and Warner Robins, Ga., with the latter expansion also covering Gray and Fort Valley.
Today's 4G LTE expansion certainly isn't the biggest that we've ever seen from AT&T, but it's always good to see more wireless users getting access to LTE connectivity. How many of you have access to AT&T's 4G LTE network? If you do, how has the service been treating you recently?