AT&T

Expanding LTE to even more people across the country

Update: We've updated this post to reflect the full list of market expansions from AT&T.

AT&T has made a few interesting announcements regarding LTE this week, and one of them is a push towards finalizing its initial LTE rollout by the end of 2014. In trying to hit its goals, AT&T has just launched or expanded its LTE network in the following 14 markets, where users of LTE handsets can now have access to higher data speeds.

New markets

Expansions

  • Denver, Colorado 
  • Wichita, Kansas
  • Monroe, Louisiana
  • Detroit, Michigan
  • Kansas City, Missouri
  • St. Louis, Missouri
  • Wilmington, North Carolina
  • Cleveland, Ohio
  • Tulsa, Oklahoma
  • Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
  • San Juan, Puerto Rico
  • Austin, Texas
  • Houston, Texas
  • Ogden-Clearfield, Utah
  • Spokane, Washington
 

Reader comments

13 new markets get AT&T LTE, coverage expands in other areas

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This is ridiculous. Flyover states get LTE before eastern suffolk county NY. I am seriously considering leaving AT&T because of this.

Question....i use galaxy note with Straight talk tmobile sim.... Sometimes my phone reads 4G LTE.... Is that real LTE?
Thanks

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It depends do you have tmo LTE in your area? If you do then yes if you doing then probably not.

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Actually, as currently advertised, you only get LTE with the AT&T ST sim. T-Mobile doesn't officially offer LTE through ST yet (they will but not yet). And users might already be seeing it in testing now.

You could test the connection with the speedtest app...If it is over about 10Mbps (correct me if I'm wrong fellow readers) then you probably got yourself some sweet LTE goodness

Still nothing is the other end of Wisconsin the west of Wisconsin. When is there finally LTE here?

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I'm in southern Wisconsin in a town of almost 100,00 and still no LTE. A small town east of me of a couple thousand has it though. I'm confused.

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I rescently moved from a big city and the lte was awesome, now I live in a small town and the network can't even keep up with the demand. Using the internet is pointless during the day. They should have worked on improving the network here versus rolling out LTE that is pointless.

Decatur and Bloomington, IL yet no Springfield, IL?! You would think the capital of the state would have LTE by now.

My thoughts exactly. Bloomington-Normal I can understand, but Pontiac? It must be because of the prison there, but seriously, wth.

Even though we have had LTE in Harrisburg for quite some time now, I did notice an improvement in speed and signal this morning :)

I got a good chuckle about Lewiston getting LTE. While there are certainly a lot of people there, it's definitely one of the sketchiest places in Maine.

Who even lives in Maine? Went on a JROTC trip to Bangor once like 12 years and almost the whole state is deserted.

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Seems AT&T is trying hard to expand and sprint seems to have slowed down. Sprint rarely announces new markets anymore. I get good coverage in my area but what happens when I leave my area?

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If u leave ur area u still get pretty fast 3G 4G coverage. LTE is not as great as I is hyped. 3G 4G still is able to stream stuff and everything decent fast enough. Never have issue streaming anything over 3G 4G without LTE. Granted it is nice to have but not a huge deal if u don't. Well if u only get edge or GPRS then yes I can understand the frustration.

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Just noticed LTE on my phone yesterday but don't see any announcement of it being available in the Queensbury/Glens Falls, NY area (just south of Adirondack Park if you're looking for it on a map) speed test was faster than what i get with my wifi in my house.

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