Sprint isn't the only major U.S. operator that's expanding its 4G LTE network. Both AT&T and Verizon have announced that their LTE networks are now live in new areas, and in the case of Verizon, there's some expanded coverage as well. First up, AT&T has revealed that its LTE service has been activated in three new U.S. cities. The lucky towns with fresh AT&T LTE service are:
Meanwhile, Verizon has flipped its LTE switch in five new markets and expanded it in a handful of others. Here's how Verizon's latest LTE expansion breaks down:
It's always good to see some more 4G LTE love being spread around, especially when several of the top U.S. carriers get involved. Now that we've seen AT&T, Sprint and Verizon all expand their LTE networks this week, here's to hoping that some T-Mobile LTE network growth isn't far off. Are any of you AT&T or Verizon customers located in the new or expanded LTE markets? If so, how's the service working for you?