AT&T Stepping Up 3G Network Coverage
Today AT&T announced that it is going to focus on expanding its HSDPA 3G network to 80 more cities over the course of 2008. By the end of the year, AT&T says it will have 350 major U.S. markets covered with its 3G network, including the top 100 markets. AT&T will also have the first portions of its HSUPA network live by the middle of 2008, though it didn't state which markets will see that service first. AT&T's roadmap clearly defines the evolutionary path of HSPA, HSPA+ and LTE wireless technologies over the coming years.
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More 3G bars in more places?
If they want to catch up, I hope they are focusing on interstate highways and covering their company owned stores, there are two stores in my area that have been waiting on 3G service since 2006.
There are so many areas that don't even have a single cell site with 3G on it, if they are adding 80 additional cities, that doesn't make them even close to half of their entire network 3G capable.
If they want
4G...here we come!!!