Earlier this month AT&T made headlines with the pledge that it would expand its service to over 200 million new customers. Well, today it seems like the carrier is taking strides to deliver on that promise. AT&T 4G LTE service is now available in six new cities Kokomo, IN, Flint, MI, Springfield, MO,Petersburg, VA, Morgantown, WV, and Shelbyville, KY. What’s more, the company also expanded services in Denver, Louisville, Mt. Vernon, and Oxford.
These new cities come hot on the heels of an AT&T announcement last week that added another five cities to its LTE lineup. Looks like the company is really trying to make good on that “the nation’s largest 4G network” slogan.