Ready for some more 4G LTE coverage, AT&T subscribers? That's precisely what you're getting today, as AT&T has announced that its LTE network is now live in a few more U.S. cities. The towns included in this latest LTE expansion are Ft. Myers, Fla., Tulsa, Okla., and Knoxville, Tenn. The counties surrounding Knoxville also have access to AT&T LTE now, meaning that folks in Knox County as well as parts of Anderson, Blount, Loudon, Roane and Sevier Counties should also have LTE service from the big blue carrier.
All three of today's new LTE markets were named in AT&T's list of areas that'd be gaining coverage before the end of 2012, and AT&T customers are likely pleased to see their operator continue to cross towns off of that list and grow its LTE footprint. All three of AT&T's full announcements can be found at the links below. Any of you AT&T folk located in one of the newly-minted LTE markets?