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In the run up to the holidays, it seems AT&T is wasting no time expanding its 4G LTE coverage -- we've counted at least thirteen in the past few weeks. Today brings the news that the carrier's LTE network has just been lit up in four new cities:

  • Melbourne, Fla.
  • Green Bay, Wis.
  • Oxford, Miss.
  • Springfield, Mass.
  • Tucson, Ariz.

In addition, Phoenix and Los Angeles are seeing expanded coverage. If you're seeing AT&T 4G LTE reception for the first time today, be sure to shout out in the comments.

 
There are 28 comments

Dave Simpson says:

Still waiting in Flint, MI

dmedesha says:

Activated a 9900 BB Monday afternoon at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport and ATT 4G LTE jumped right out of the screen at me. Don't have any ATT Android devices handy though. Most of them here are VZW.

Do Blackberrys show AT&T's LTE network(not "4G"HSPA+) even though they themselves can't access it?

btswein says:

If they don't have a LTE radio, they don't show LTE.

bellamyepl says:

Maybe i'm missing something.. but isn't that 4 new cities?

btswein says:

They're actively updating this article I think. When I first checked 20 minutes ago, their was 3 listed, now there is 5 listed. They updated the list and not the article lol

Victor Limon says:

Redlands Ca. It's about time

bmolloy says:

Are you actually getting it in Redlands? It is still not showing on their map as going out there. I live in Temecula (but am out of town) so I am hoping AT&T has finally shown some inland empire love.

nyxavenger says:

I've got it up in rialto @ about 14 mbps. It worked in north Fontana as well

Victor Limon says:

Yes I noticed it last night but wasn't sure if it was official. Still not as fast as it is in Orange County

Noticed the LTE icon here in Sylmar, ca. For the first time today. (Los Angeles county) I normally only see it in Santa Monica and around the UCLA campus.

reeper55 says:

I work in Northampton Ma, which is just outside of Springfield. My coworker asked me last Friday why her phone said 4G LTE now (HTC ONE X), I was shocked to see it so right away I had her download the speedtest.net app. She was getting up to 30+mbps! The average was in the upper 20's. Meanwhile I am averaging about 12-15 Mbps on Verizon LTE. I am impressed AT&T, good work!

Statusnone says:

42mbps down and 14mbps up here in Melbourne, FL. For argument sake it's most of Brevard County (Cocoa Beach to Palm Bay.) Freaking love it!

Sered says:

I was about to say, it's a lot more than just Melbourne. Pretty much all of Brevard County.

Just remember,AT&T's LTE speeds will settle down to about the same as Verizon's as more LTE-equipped devices come online. Still, having HSPA+ as a fallback sure beats VZW's EVDO 3G.

Raidersfan71 says:

Corona, and Riverside has LTE now... seen it lastnight as I was driving home from Orange County. Usually cut off at Anahiem Hills. Speeds are OK.. but not as good as my Verizon LTE work phone gets

randyw says:

AT&T started out slow, But seem to be moving right along with LTE. Good Job.

louie gs3 says:

I live in downtown Riverside and noticed it on my way home last night. LTE signal is strong near my house but gets a little bit spotty as you head farther south. I work out near lake perris and the LTE signal died out as I was exiting cajalco/Ramona express way

jcprunty says:

saw some this morning in Riverside, Ca. ...finally

graham2024 says:

My Galaxy Note 2 lit up with LTE last night in Redlands, Calif.

btswein says:

Good to see. Still waiting on the VZW fanboys to chime in.

TaiwanTeddy says:

Melbourne, FL. Finally!

sean8102 says:

LTE stops just outside the town I live in on the coverage map, about 30 minutes from where I live. Got my fingers crossed that we get it soon.

calvin35 says:

Seeing in parts of Northridge, CA and Arleta.

encheritto says:

Just had AT&T 4G LTE show up here in Riverside, Ca.. Loving it.

juiceman715 says:

LTE is here in Lancaster, PA this morning.

Now Just got LTE today in Wethersfield, CT (Hartford Area)

sgarrand says:

I just started seeing LTE in the small towns west of Worcester, MA between Springfield and Worcester. It's a pretty good sign when towns of 4,000 people get blanketed in LTE. I was pulling 45+/25+. Not bad AT&T, not bad.