Last night AT&T broadened its horizons by expanding its LTE connectivity services to 14 new locations. This announcement was made in a sequential series of press releases on the carrier’s official website, but you can see which locations are now supported in the list below.
The announced locations to receive the LTE service include:
- Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers, Arkansas
- Fort Smith, Arkansas
- Fresno, California
- Palm Coast, Florida
- Lakeland-Winter Haven Florida
- Fort Pierce, Florida
- Mount Dora, Florida
- Carbondale-Marion Illinois
- Houma/Thibodaux, Louisana
- Jefferson City, Missouri
- Las Cruces, New Mexico
- Binghamton, New York
- Temple/Killeen Texas
- Mount Vernon, Washington
AT&T 4G LTE provides users with faster data speeds for snappier web browsing and quicker downloads. LTE mobile technology is capable of delivering mobile internet speeds up to 10 times faster than 3G. AT&T also offers a faster response time, resulting in a faster processing time — this is the time it takes to move data through a network.
The 4G LTE network has proven to be a success; in fact, AT&T’s innovation and investment has resulted in the company becoming the nation’s largest 4G network in the U.S. — bringing coverage to over 288 million people.
If you’re in one of the locations where you have the ability to access the LTE network, phone up AT&T today to upgrade to one of their 4G plans — you won’t be disappointed.
- Source AT&T