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AT&T Lights Up LTE 4G In Rochester and Albany

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Sep 12, 2012, 7:16 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @zeman_e

AT&T today announced that its LTE 4G network is up and running in Rochester and Albany, N.Y. AT&T indicated last week that these two cities would receive LTE by the end of the year, and followed up to say the are now live with LTE coverage. AT&T also covers Buffalo and Syracuse, N.Y. AT&T plans to cover nearly 40 more cities with LTE by the close of 2012, reaching a total of 100 markets before 2013.


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Sep 12, 2012, 9:54 AM

how bout converting Edge areas to LTE first?

I know they will never do this for several reasons and one of them being population density. I just wish that AT&T would give its Edge only areas some kind of love.
they are as a matter of fact, they plan to sunset the Edge/2g network by the end of 2013

Sep 12, 2012, 10:04 AM

That's Right AT&T ....

You'll catch up to Verizon eventually (NOT!)

But keep right on spewing outright lies in your commercials about how you have the largest 4G LTE network. There's enough sheeple out there to buy your BS while Consumer Reports rates you THAT ABSOLUTE WORST CARRIER of the big four.
If you listen to their commercials they say the largest 4G network, Verizon's commercials are the ones that say largest 4G LTE network. When posting please try and get the facts right.
They don't claim to have the largest LTE network but rather 'the largest 4G network' which they get by adding up the LTE and the HSPA+ networks....and it is actually an accurate claim.....Verizon has the largest LTE network....I have noticed that AT&T...
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