AT&T's LTE Stretches Out to Cover 300M POPs
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Sep 4, 2014, 8:56 AM by Eric M. Zeman
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.
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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