AT&T has launched its LTE network in three new markets today, which puts its total number of markets over 400, covering almost 240 million people nationwide. Those three lucky markets pushing the total to 400 are:
- Alexander City, Alabama
- Concord, New Hampshire
- Jamestown, New York
On top of these new markets, AT&T says that it has also expanded LTE coverage in 11 more markets around the country:
- Fresno, California
- San Francisco, California
- Stockton, California
- Washington, D.C.
- Springfield, Missouri
- Columbus, Ohio
- Nashville, Tennessee
- Houston, Texas
- Tacoma, Washington
- Seattle, Washington
- Charleston, West Virginia
AT&T (just like the other carriers) still has lots of work to do to get its coverage to everyone in the US, but crossing over the 400 market mark is a big deal.
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