AT&T flips the switch on new and expanded 4G LTE coverage

Alex Wagner
Editorial Director of News and Content from  Omaha, NE
| Published: September 12, 2013

AT&T 4G LTE logo

Looks like AT&T's got some more good news regarding its 4G LTE network. The big blue carrier announced this morning that its LTE footprint has grown again, going live in a few new cities and expanding in a few other major locales. The list of expansions that've been announced so far today is as follows:

New markets

  • Alexander City, Ala.
  • Concord, N.H.
  • Jamestown, N.Y. (includes Ellery Center, Dunkirk, Fredonia, Poland Center, Falconer, areas south of Findley Lake and the greater Jametown area)

Expanded markets

  • Fresno, Calif. (now includes parts of Reedley)
  • San Francisco Bay Area, Calif. (now covers portions of San Rafael)
  • Stockton, Calif. (now includes portions of Tracy)

That's may not be the largest LTE expansion that we've ever seen, but hey, more high-speed data is a good thing no matter the dosage. If you're an AT&T customer in one of the areas listed above, be sure to keep an eye out for the new or expanded coverage, and don't forget to stop by the comments section below to let us know how that fresh LTE service is working for you.

Via AT&T