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Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 3 Apr 2013 12:51 am
AT&T drops more LTE across the country, now you can hit your data cap 10 times faster
AT&T has announced that LTE service is now rolling out to 14 new locations in a series of press releases this evening. The announced locations are:
Fort Smith, Arkansas
Palm Coast, Florida
Lakeland-Winter Haven Florida...
AT&T announced this morning that it has flipped the switch for LTE in more cities. The high speed 4G network is now available in:
Cecil County, Maryland
Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Norfolk, parts of Virginia Beach and Portsmouth, VA
Great news for everybody in these locales who can now experience the faster speeds.
AT&T announced this morning that it has turned on its LTE network in 3 new cities and also announced that several more will receive the high speed network by the end of the year.
Here are the new cities that now have AT&T LTE:
Daily deal site 1saleaday.com has a pretty good offer available if you're looking to pick up a Samsung Galaxy SIII (S3) for use on AT&T's LTE network. For a penny under $500, you can get this unlocked AT&T model, in either blue or white, for about the next 10 hours (at the time of writing). It still isn't cheap, but it's probably the best deal you'll see on an unlocked superphone right...
AT&T has announced the expansion of its LTE network, flipping the switch on in four new cities while also continuing to improve current markets.
AT&T LTE is newly available in:
West Palm Beach
It is expanded in the following areas:
Washington D.C. metro area (Montgomery County, Prince George's County)
Baltimore (Anne Arundel County,...
The Samsung Galaxy Note is something we have seen before, heck we even reviewed it, but today AT&T announced that they will be releasing the device, and it will run on their 4G LTE network. Naturally we had to check it out, again, and see what it was all about. The device is huge, like really really big, and super thin to the point we wonder where they put the internals. Sporting a 5.3-inch...
With AT&T now getting their LTE push underway they're now getting prepared to light a bunch of new areas up for the services. The list, come November 20th will grow quite a bit:
AT&T 4G LTE Footprint
With the Nov. 20 launches, AT&T 4G LTE will be available in 15 markets: Athens, Ga., Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, Indianapolis, Kansas...
Moving on from one holiday to another, this morning we’re getting a peek at the upcoming HTC Holiday, headed for AT&T’s long anticipated 4G LTE network. While the 4.5-inch qHD display, the 1.2 GHz dual core processor, and the 1 GB of RAM are certainly exciting, the data speeds shown off in these shots obtained by the folks over at BGR are what’s really whetting our apetite: 29.71 Mbps...
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