AT&T's 4G LTE network grows again, now available Roanoke, Salem and other cities

Alex Wagner
Editorial Director of News and Content from  Omaha, NE
| May 29, 2013

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AT&T's 4G LTE rollout continues to truck right along this morning, as the big blue carrier has announced that its LTE service is now available in several new cities. The new and expanded coverage is peppered throughout the country, including towns in Maryland, Arizona and Oregon, meaning that AT&T customers across the country are gaining access to fresh LTE service. Here's the full list of newly-activated markets:

New markets

  • Asheville, N.C.
  • Culpeper, Va.
  • Dover, Del.
  • Goldsboro, N.C.
  • Leonardtown, Md.
  • Longview, Wash.
  • Ocean City, Md.
  • Port Townsend-North Whidbey Island-Camano Island, Wash.
  • Roanoke, Va.
  • Salem, Ore.
  • Shelton, Wash.

Expanded markets

  • Calvert County, Md.
  • Capitol Region, N.Y., including Ballston Spa, Clifton Park, East Glenville, Malta, Mechanicville, Milton Center, Niskayuna, Rotterdam, Round Lake, Saratoga County Airport, Schenectady and Schenectady County Airport.
  • Casa Grande, Ariz.
  • Linglestown, Pa., including Philadelphia, Hatfield, Montgomeryville, Lansdale, Doylestown, Chalfont, Lancaster, Harrisburg, Mechanicsburg, State College, Reading, Allentown, Thorndale, Bethlehem, Wilkes-Barre and York, Pennsylvania, Princeton, Woodbury, Swedesboro, Paulsboro and Bridgeport, New Jersey and Wilmington and Dover, Delaware.
  • Stafford And Spotsylvania counties, Va., including Fredericksburg.

It's always good to see wireless customers gaining access to new LTE coverage, and it looks like there are quite a few AT&T folk that are officially getting access to their carrier's LTE network today. It's also worth noting that AT&T recently began allowing its prepaid GoPhone customers to access its LTE network, so if you're a GoPhone subscriber, you should be seeing LTE service as well. If your town is included on the list above, be sure to swing by the comments below to let us know how AT&T's LTE service is working for you!

Via AT&T (PRNewswire)