AT&T today announced that its LTE 4G wireless network is now live in several more markets. The new markets include Waco, Texas, and Fayetteville, Springdale, Bentonville, and Rogers, Ark. AT&T says that its LTE network is available in 53 markets across the U.S., and it will continue to grow throughout the remainder of 2012 and into 2013.
All the way up to 53, eh? I've had AT&T now for about six months (I live in Austin) and I have to say I've liked it all so far. Even the customer service is something I can't complain about. I use the HTC One X and LOVE that phone. All in all, it's a good combination.
The only thing I don't like about at&t is the way they modify their phones by adding crapware and removing or blocking features...like for a while there they didn't allow Blackberry Maps because they wanted you to use at&t Navigator, and they removed ... (continues)
ATT has typically focused on getting 3G situated across America and then they go back and reinforced the network to increase and strengthen it. With that said, the same will probably be the same with LTE.