AT&T has deployed the nation's largest 4G network…and today we continue to make that network even faster.
·      This morning, we announced seven new LTE markets, meaning that AT&T’s 4G LTE network is available in 60 markets.  As of today, AT&T 4G LTE is in more than half of the NFL markets (23 of 31) and 9 of the top 10 TV markets. The new markets:
o   Syracuse, NY
o   Bakersfield, CA
o   Modesto, CA
o   Omaha, NE
o   Anchorage, AR
o   Jacksonville, FL
o   Bridgeport, CT
o   Plus two market expansions: NYC-NJ, Washington D.C./Baltimore
·      As we've said previously, we remain on-track to be substantially complete with our LTE build by the end of 2013.
·      In addition, by the end of 2012, we plan to offer LTE in over 100 markets.  Here are 47 of the markets where we plan to add LTE by the end of this year: 
o   Albany, NY
o   Albuquerque, NM
o   Allentown, PA
o   Birmingham, AL
o   Boise, ID
o   Charleston, SC
o   Cincinnati, OH
o   Columbia, SC
o   Columbus, OH
o   Denver-Boulder, CO
o   Detroit, MI
o   El Paso, TX
o   Fayetteville, NC
o   Fort Myers, FL
o   Gary, IN
o   Grand Rapids, MI
o   Green Bay
o   Greenville, SC
o   Harrisburg, PA
o   Hartford, CT
o   Honolulu, HI
o   Knoxville, TN
o   Lancaster, PA
o   Little Rock, AR
o   Louisville, KY
o   Memphis, TN
o   Milwaukee, WI
o   Minneapolis, MN
o   Nashua, NH
o   New Haven, CT
o   Philadelphia, PA
o   Pittsburgh, PA
o   Portland, ME
o   Portland, OR
o   Providence, RI
o   Reading, PA
o   Rochester, NY
o   Sacramento, CA
o   Salinas-Seaside-Monterey, CA
o   Salt Lake City, UT
o   Seattle, WA
o   Toledo, OH
o   Tucson, AZ
o   Tulsa
o   Wilkes-Barre, PA
o   Wilmington, DE
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  • xTRICKYxx - Thursday, September 6, 2012 - link

    As a Vermonter, I am disappointed.
  • RU482 - Thursday, September 6, 2012 - link

    Now if the pricks could consistently provide reliable voice service at my office or at my house, I'd be impressed
  • bill4 - Friday, September 7, 2012 - link

    better than overcharging hundreds of dollars for garbage phones like verizon does, and then still having worse voice, more drops, and worse data speeds (like verizon does)
  • djc208 - Thursday, September 6, 2012 - link

    Nothing in VA, not even around DC. Guess it's either Verizon and more money or stay on Sprint and worse service.
  • thomp237 - Thursday, September 6, 2012 - link

    Anchorage, Alaska before Detroit. I knew most companies hated Detroit but wow. Just WOW!

    My list of companies that hate Detroit:
    In-N-Out Burger
    New Belgium Brewing Company (recently rectified)
    and AT&T

    Feel free to add to the list :)
  • DFranch - Thursday, September 6, 2012 - link

    I live in Albany, NY, and if it makes you feel any better, we don't have any of those companies in our area either (in fact, the only one I've ever heard of in-N-Out Burger). At least we're getting LTE by the end of the year. I guess I'll have to get a new phone that supports it.
  • kmmatney - Thursday, September 6, 2012 - link

    No Chick-Fil-A? In-N-Out is thinking about coming out to Denver/Boulder. It would be like printing money if they did.
  • deeznuts - Tuesday, September 11, 2012 - link

    You are not missing anything with Yuengling. It was so hyped and when I made it to DC and finally had some, I'm thinking, WTF is everyone talking about?

    I'm spoiled in San Diego for good beer, but seriously, it was bad. Very generic tasting.
  • MGSsancho - Thursday, September 6, 2012 - link
  • Myrandex - Thursday, September 6, 2012 - link

    On the Available Today list, there are other areas that have LTE enabled already and are not on that list, so I believe that is just a list that had LTE Enabled today.

    For example, Canton, Ohio has it and it is quite nice here.

    Is there any way to tell what is deployed in a given area (such as 10 MHz. or 5 MHz.)?


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