AT&T's LTE Stretches Out to Cover 300M POPs
AT&T today said the footprint of its LTE 4G network now covers 300 million points-of-prepense. The growth comes months ahead of schedule for AT&T, which now blankets about 95.5% of Americans with 4G. AT&T's LTE network will eventually reach 97% of the population.
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.
HTC One A9: First Phone To Work on Verizon Without CDMA
HTC will sell an unlocked version of its new One A9 that can be used on Verizon's LTE network, even though the phone lacks the legacy CDMA technology found in all other Verizon phones to date. That makes the One A9 the first phone announced for use with Verizon in LTE-only mode.
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's LTE Network Covers 300 Million People
T-Mobile said its LTE 4G network now reaches 300 million Americans, a significant milestone for the Uncarrier. The company says it is ahead of schedule, and will add coverage to one million square miles this year.
Sprint Partners Making Headway in Rural LTE Push
Sprint says 16 of the 30 companies who've agreed to participate in its Rural Roaming Preferred Provider program have launched their LTE networks. The Rural Roaming Preferred Provider program is similar to Verizon Wireless' LTE in Rural America initiative.
Bogus coverage maps
In many areas, 4G LTE is stated on the maps, but I have experienced 2G coverage.
AT&T is just as bad as Sprint is about its coverage maps now. Completely overstated and bogus claims of 4G coverage where there is none.
T-Mobile is the most honest and transparent about its coverage on its maps. Verizon is a close 2nd, with AT&T and Sprint being complete liars.
I hate AT&T.
I live in NJ, I have no problem at all.
About a month or two ago, AT&T changed their coverage viewer on their website. You used to be able to select Voice coverage and get a street-level depiction of their coverage, with a scale of poor, fair, good, and excel