AT&T has added another two cities to its next-generation network expansion. Birmingham, Ala., and Memphis, Tenn., join a whole host of other cities, in a network that AT&T claims covers over 275 million Americans -- over 3000 more cities and towns than Verizon if you can take AT&T's word for it.
Those are cool numbers and all, but what really matters is that its available in all of the places that normal people live, work and visit. Until LTE becomes as ubiquitous as EDGE is today -- or heck, even HSPA -- we're not quite ready to get too excited about two more cities coming online.
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