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AT&T Launches LTE in a Smattering of New Markets

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Dec 21, 2012, 8:05 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

AT&T today launched its LTE 4G network in yet more markets around the country. The new cities and towns covered by LTE include Boulder, Colo.; Hartford and New Haven, Conn.; Boise, Id.; Bowling Green and Lexington, Ky.; Harrisburg and Lancaster, Pa.; Providence, R.I.; and Ogden, Utah. AT&T customers in these markets who have LTE-capable equipment should experience faster mobile broadband speeds. AT&T's LTE network is available in more than 100 markets around the country, covering some 160 million POPs.

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Dec 26, 2012, 12:04 PM

That's Right AT&T ....

Keep playing Catch Up Baseball to Verizon. You've still got a LONNNNGG way to go. And be sure to keep up those lies in your ads claiming you have the nation's largest 4G network. There's obviously a plentiful supply of ignorant consumers out there who buy your BS.

Another reason Consumer Reports rates AT&T grossly inferior to ALL ASPECTS; coverage, call quality, customer service, etc.
By technical definition no carrier has even deployed a 4G network yet. 100 times faster (textbook definition) of 3G while moving, or roughly 100 mbps, and 1GB per second while stationary. »

The only reason AT&T is using "the nation's largest 4G network" is because Verizon used this line with their "3G" coverage when they called CDMA 1x "3G". HSPA+ has been ruled "4G" by the ITU.

Remember those verizon ads with the red map of the US...

Dec 21, 2012, 1:05 PM


Nice usage of the word. Smattering, I'll have to use this word more...
I use it on occasion. Fun to throw out in a conversation once in a while.
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