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AT&T has announced that it's switched on its 4G LTE network in another twelve markets, bringing its total LTE market count to 488. The full list, which you'll find after the break, includes locations in Colorado, New York, Wisconsin, Hawaii, Missouri, Pennsylvania, Indiana and Idaho.

If you've seen AT&T 4G LTE lighting up for the first time in recent days, shout out in the comments.

New AT&T 4G LTE markets

  • Durango, CO
  • Elmira, NY
  • Appleton, WI
  • Fond du Lac, WI
  • Oshkosh, WI
  • Kauai, HI
  • Poplar Bluff, MO
  • Sikeston, MO
  • Pottsville, PA
  • Terre Haute, IN
  • Burley, ID
  • Twin Falls, ID
 

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AT&T announces 12 new 4G LTE markets

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Yay for my home town Poplar Bluff, MO, BUT I'm on T-Mobile... that had spotty 3g... and it's gone for some reason.

Awesome, I lived in Sikeston from 5th to 8th grade. Didn't think i would bump into another SEMO citizen.

Come on AT&T, when are you going to get service to the sprawling metropolis of Akutan, Alaska? I would be happy to be able to make calls and send texts. 2G data would be a bonus.

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Palmdale, CA you jerks. Your store people told me I would have LTE here LAST YEAR and guess what? Looks like I'll be visiting a (shudder) Verizon store soon. Jerks.

Been rocking 4G here in fond du lac for over 2 weeks now. Averaging on speed test 30 meg downloads. Keep going at & the. Glad I ditched sprint and pay for a service I can actually use.

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Battle Creek MI will be on that list, soon. Downtown has been lit up since the summer, and my neighborhood came on line last night! I ran SpeedTest on my phone. Three months ago, 5.7 DL 1.2 UP; this morning, 32 DL, 12 UP! So nice. :)

Durango is all horses and hippies... Oh, and out of state skiers... That explains it

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I've been on LTE in the Twin Falls, Idaho are since the first of the month. Working great with speeds up to 33mbs.

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Look at the size of the places they are turning on now. Not too bad, they are really pushing into the small towns. (I know you are from _____ and are offended by the small town commnet... tough, facts are facts).

Is the goal to have 100% of the network be 4g and then turn off the 3g some day? I know that edge is being turned off in the next couple of years.