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AT&T launches LTE in 9 new markets across the country

Earlier this month AT&T pushed over 400 LTE markets nationwide. Since then it has continued to launch new markets at a steady and often surprising pace, in an attempt to cover practically every part of the US with its LTE service. Today AT&T has announced that it is making its higher-speed data network available in nine new markets. Those of you in the following areas with LTE devices should see the network lighting up now:

Andrew was an Executive Editor, U.S. at Android Central between 2012 and 2020.

6 Comments
  • It's never coming to my city..
  • I agree Lynchburg va 45 mins from Roanoke va which has it 45 mins from Charlottesville which has it. You have to go through me to get to both. Yet I have nothing. Posted via Android Central App
  • Is AT&T going on the assumption you would take the interstates to go from Roanoke to Charlottesville, thus not prioritizing Lynchburg? I am not aware of the demographics in that area, so this is more of an open question to you than a definite reasoning by me.
  • i am frustrated too that Lynchburg not having LTE yet. recently i saw at&t installing a tower near my office and inquired the at&t office about it and i was informed(unofficially) that Lynchburg would soon have LTE sometime between December and February and coverage is gonna get stronger than now.
  • Can't wait to upgrade my Samsung Galaxy Nexus running on T-Mobile to the unlocked Nexus 5 running on AT&T. LTE, Kit Kat 4.4. + Google Wallet. Looking forward to that day. Posted via Android Central App
  • Joplin has had LTE for a couple of weeks now. I guess they just wanted to get more locations updated to LTE instead of announcing just one or two.