Posted by: Kevin Everett in Operator News, tags: AT&T, Operators News
AT&T has been trying to roll out their 4G LTE network as quickly as possible and now it seems that they are doing it faster than they expected to. In fact according to the carrier itself they will have more than doubled the number of customers served by it's 4G network at the end of 2012 vs the end of 2011.
They just announced that they will be expanding coverage into 14 new markets: Charleston, Greenville and Columbia, SC; Columbus and Toledo, OH; Corvallis and Eugene, OR; El Paso, TX; Jonesboro, AR; Mobile, AL; Pensacola, FL; Portland, ME; Saratoga Springs, NY and South Bend-Mishawaka, IN.
Plus they will be expanding it's current 4G coverage in the markets of Fairfield County/Danbury areas of Bridgeport, CT and in Monroe/Downriver South Detroit.
While I don't currently live in a 4G LTE coverage area when I get into one my internet is amazingly fast. Makes me wonder if It would worth the battery drain.