AT&T's LTE Covers 150 Million POPs in 103 Markets
AT&T today announced a significant expansion of its LTE 4G network that pushes its total coverage in the U.S. to 150 million POPs. Customers in the following markets now have access to faster data speeds: Mobile, Ala.; Jonesboro, Ark.; Fairfield County, Conn.; Pensacola, Fla.; Mishawaka and South Bend, Ind.; Portland, Maine; Downriver Wayne and Monroe Mich.; Saratoga and Saratoga Sprints, N.Y., Corvallis and Eugene, Ore.; Columbus and Toledo, Ohio; Charleston, Columbia, and Greenville, S.C.; and El Paso, Texas. AT&T plans to cover 250 million POPs by the end of 2013 and 300 million by the end of 2014. AT&T's 4G LTE network is available in 103 markets today.
T-Mobile Targets Rural Areas for 600 MHz Service, Starting with Cheyenne
T-Mobile today said it has activated its first 600 MHz cell site in Cheyenne, Wyo. T-Mobile is using Nokia equipment to provide LTE coverage across Cheyenne in the 600 MHz band.
T-Mobile Says LTE Footprint Now Matches Sprint
T-Mobile CTO Neville Ray said the company's LTE 4G network now covers 280 million POPS. That's a slight improvement from the 275 million POPs T-Mobile said it covered at the end of April.
T-Mobile Talks Up Coverage Improvements, iPhone Deals
T-Mobile said it has doubled the number of square miles covered by its LTE network over the last year, according to a blog post written by CEO John Legere. T-Mobile is on track to blanket another 600,000 square miles of area with LTE by the end of the year.
T-Mobile Nearly Done Integrating MetroPCS
T-Mobile today said it has migrated the majority of MetroPCS customers off the company's legacy CDMA network and onto its own LTE network. T-Mobile says fewer than 500,000 MetroPCS customers are still using the CDMA network.
We finally have LTE and it's lightening fast here. Our HSPA signal is amazing here too so for me to say the difference is really noticeable is something. Most thought it wouldn't be too much faster than HSPA,
By the end of 2014? Yeah, right ...
The lies in AT&T's TV ads claiming they have the nation's largest LTE network make me want to throw something at the TV every time they air them. This company's history of lying in their ads goes back well over a decade when I got suckered in to their Digital One Rate back in '97. Verizon has literally buried them ever since IN EVERY WAY except for AT&T's getting the iPhone first.
Does one need to wonder why AT&T is the lowest rated wireless carrier of the nation's top 4 in Consumer Reports? And that's in ALL areas .... Coverage, call quality, drop calls, customer service, etc.
If you're going to accuse someone of lying, you need to at least not lie about what they...
Anybody here with similar experiences?