AT&T 4G LTE network now available in more cities, including Anderson, S.C., and Ventura, Calif.

Alex Wagner
Editorial Director of News and Content from  Omaha, NE
| May 22, 2013

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Ready for some more 4G LTE love, AT&T customers? That's precisely what your carrier has got for you today, as AT&T has announced that its LTE network is now available in several new markets across the U.S. The full rundown of cities that've recently joined AT&T's Club LTE is as follows:

New markets

  • Santa Cruz-Watsonville, Calif.
  • Ventura-Oxnard, Calif.
  • Elizabethtown, Ky.
  • Outer Banks, N.C., includes Kitty Hawk, Kill Devil Hills, Manteo (Roanoke Island), Nags Head, Rodanthe, Southern Shores and Wanchese.
  • Anderson, S.C.
  • Laramie, Wyo.

Expanded markets

  • Jersey Shore, now includes Asbury Park, Atlantic Highlands, Bradley Beach, Brick, Hazlet, Highlands, Keyport, Little Silver, Long Beach Island (including Ship Bottom, Beach Haven, Harvey Cedars and Barnegat Light), Manahawkin, Middletown, Monmouth Beach, Neptune, Redbank, Sea Girt and Tuckerton.

AT&T has steadily been growing its LTE network footprint, rolling out some new coverage every couple of weeks or so. This latest batch of newly-lit LTE markets looks to be peppered throughout the country, meaning that AT&T customers in several different parts of the U.S. are getting their first taste of their carrier's LTE connectivity. Any AT&T customers that are still without LTE access shouldn't fret, as the big blue operator has named many other markets that'll be gaining LTE service this summer. Stay tuned and I'll give you a shout once the next batch of cities go live.

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