In two press releases this morning, AT&T announced the availability of their 3G network in several small towns within North and South Carolina, and coverage improvements within several cities in the region. Those in Asheville, Hendersonville, Hickory, Havelock, and Wilmington are now able to enjoy 3G network speeds, along with coverage enhancements in Charlotte, Concord (a suburb of Charlotte), Greensboro, and Raleigh. In South Carolina, 3G coverage is available in Florence, along with coverage enhancements in Greenville and Charleston.
At any rate, it's nice to see AT&T branch into smaller towns with their 3G coverage versus sticking to metropolitan areas. Is it just me, or do you think that the Verizon ads are lighting a bit of a fire behind them?