AT&T's LTE Covers 150 Million POPs in 103 Markets
Top message: Columbus, OH by skywalkershawty
Replying to: Re: Columbus, OH by RUFF1415
Re: Columbus, OH
It should. As Met said, voice is handled over HSPA which means when you make a phone call your radio automatically switches back over to HSPA when pulling an LTE signal. Try to make a call with LTE turned on and watch the LTE indicator switch to 4G in the status bar.
At this point in time, LTE handles data only. So your phone will still be able to do simultaneous voice and data but the data will perform at HSPA rates.
After a few days of having the LTE it did start to do this as you guys said. Thanks.
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