AT&T 4G LTE now available in more markets, including towns in Missouri and Texas

Alex Wagner
Editorial Director of News and Content from  Omaha, NE
| May 6, 2013


It hasn't even been a week since AT&T last flipped on its 4G LTE network in several new U.S. cities, but the big blue carrier is back at it again this morning. AT&T has announced that its LTE service is now live in another handful of markets starting today, May 6. The list of newly-lit locales is as follows:

  • Jacksonville, Texas
  • Manhattan, Kan.
  • Palestine, Texas
  • Sedalia, Mo.
  • Warrensburg, Mo.

That batch of new markets is just a tad smaller than the one from last week, but hey, it's always good to see new LTE service rolling out, no matter what the size of the expansion is. Any AT&T customers that are still without LTE coverage should note that the carrier recently revealed a sizable list of cities that'll be getting access to the network this summer. While it's not clear exactly when the LTE data juices will begin flowing in those towns, at least the customers in those areas know that LTE is packing its bags and will be there soon. Stay tuned and I'll give you a heads-up when I find out precisely where AT&T LTE will be going next.

Via AT&T (PRNewswire): (1), (2), (3), (4), (5)