Just as they previously announced, three new markets went live today. Bloomington and Muncie, IN and Bryson-College Station, TX now have AT&T's fastest data offering available. The new markets are part of a previously announced 12-market expansion. We've seen first hand how fast LTE can be on AT&T's fledgling network, but they still have some catching up to do with coverage compared...
It's that time of month again: Verizon says it will flip the LTE switch in five new markets tomorrow, while expanding coverage in three existing areas. New to the LTE game are:
Glens Falls, N.Y.
Those markets soon to see stronger and more widespread LTE signals include:
AT&T announced this morning that its blazing fast LTE network is now live in 11 new markets, joining the likes of Las Vegas, Chicago, Boston, and other cities currently reaping the benefits. The new members of the club include:
New York City (officially, this time)
Chapel Hill, NC
Los Angeles, CA
Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 12 Jul 2010 7:46 am
Sprint announced it has flipped the magic switch and turned on their 4G network in New York (Rochester and Syracuse); California (Merced and Visalia); Washington (Tri-Cities and Yakima); and Oregon (Eugene). This lines up perfectly with the images leaked of their summer roadmap. Though some of us will probably never get any type of 4G service (*cough Jerry's house*), it's nice to see things...
Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 28 Jun 2010 11:53 am
Perfect way to end the weekend. We've heard rumours about some people seeing 4G in as-of-yet unannounced areas lately, seen leaked photos of roadmaps, and now we've learned that Sprint has indeed activated it's 4G WiMax network in Richmond, Virginia; Salt Lake City, Utah; and St. Louis, Missouri. From the press release:Customers in Richmond, Salt Lake City and St. Louis can now use the 4G...
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