AT&T announces a handful of new and expanded 4G LTE marketsAlex Wagner - Editorial Director of News and Content
AT&T is marching on with its 4G LTE rollout this morning, announcing another handful of markets in which it's got some fresh LTE coverage. There's both new and expanded LTE service in today's network growth, meaning that there's good news for some AT&T customers that've had LTE before today and for some that haven't. The list of fresh LTE coverage that's been announced by AT&T so far is as follows:
- Cortland, Seneca Falls and Auburn, N.Y.
- Northern Madison County, N.Y. (now includes portions of Oneida City, the village of Canastota, Wampsville in the town of Lenox, the village of Chittenango in the town of Sullivan, along the New York State Thruway between Oneida and Sullivan and on State Route 5 between Oneida and Chittenango, State Route 13 between Canastota and Chittenango, and State Route 46 between Oneida and Stockbridge, all in Madison County)
- Oswego County, N.Y. (now includes parts of Fulton, Phoenix and along Route 481 between Oswego and Syracuse)
- Berwick, Pa.
AT&T says that it's also upgraded its existing LTE network in the New York towns of Buffalo, Rochester, Albany, Saratoga Springs, Ithaca, Binghamton and Watertown. Those upgrades add to the northeastern focus of today's AT&T LTE network growth, but that doesn't mean that the big blue carrier is showering all of its 4G affection on that part of the nation, as it recently revealed a large round of LTE expansions that hit several other parts of the U.S. Is AT&T's LTE service available where you live?