AT&T 4G LTE activated in another batch of cities [UPDATED]Alex Wagner - Editorial Director of News and Content
AT&T has some good news this morning to help its customers in some of the Eastern states get over this mid-week hump. The big blue carrier announced this morning that its 4G LTE network is now live in several new locations, bringing faster data speeds to customers in the chosen areas. The list of locales that now have access to AT&T LTE is as follows:
- Sebring, Fla.
- Athens, Ohio
- Dyersburg and Ripley, Tenn.
- Waterbury and Meriden, Conn. (includes portions of Cheshire, Meriden, Prospect, Waterbury and Wolcott)
This latest expansion comes less than a week after AT&T's previous LTE network growth. The operator expects its LTE service to cover 250 million people by the end of 2013 and 300 million people by the time that 2014 wraps up, so expect to continue to see more expansions like these steadily being made in the coming months. You can bet that we'll give you a shout when those LTE switches are flipped by AT&T, so stay tuned.
UPDATE: AT&T has announced even more 4G LTE expansions since this post went live, revealing that its LTE network has recently grown in Mobile, Ala., and Bowling Green, Ohio.