AT&T has continued to expand its 4G LTe network at phenomenal pace, bringing the service to 30 new markets today, whilst expanding several more.
The 30 new markets are as follows:
- Pine Bluff, Ark. (includes parts of Altheimer, Sheridan, Stuttgart, Redfield and White Hall)
- Searcy, Ark.
- Chico-Oroville, Calif.
- Grand Junction, Colo.
- Silverthorne, Colo.
- Homosassa Springs, Fla.
- Palatka, Fla.
- Milledgeville, Ga.
- Valdosta, Ga.
- Lafayette, La. (also includes portions of Broussard and Youngstown)
- Morgan City, La.
- Cape Cod, Mass.
- New Ulm, Minn.
- Corinth-New Albany, Miss.
- Greenwood-Cleveland, Miss.
- Grenada, Miss.
- Meridian, Miss.
- Cape Girardeau, Mo.
- Lawton, Okla.
- Atlantic City, N.J. (includes Brigantine, Hamilton Township, Longport, Margate City, Mays Landing and Ventnor City)
- Batavia, N.Y. (also includes portions of surrounding areas)
- Dunn, N.C.
- Dillon, S.C.
- Midland and Odessa, Texas
- Sherman-Denison, Texas
- Victoria, Texas
- St. Croix, Virgin Islands
- St. Thomas, Virgin Islands
- Bremerton, Wash.
- Moses Lake, Wash.
- Yakima, Wash.
- Beckley and Oak Hill, W.Va.
As mentioned, on top of this, AT&T has expanded some of its pre-existing 4G LTE markets. This covers the following areas:
- Greater Mobile market, Ala. (now extends to parts of Central Baldwin County, including Bay Minette, and South Baldwin)
- Duluth-Superior, Minn. (now includes Duluth-Superior, Cloquet and the I-35 corridor connecting the Twin Cities and Cloquet)
- Twin Cities, Minn. (now extends north to Stacy and along the Interstate-35 corridor to Cloquet; east to Elmwood, Wisconsin; south to New Prague; and west to Winsted)
- Starkville, Miss. (now includes parts of West Point)
- Corpus Christi, Texas (now includes the Interstate 35 corridor from Corpus Christi to San Antonio)
- San Antonio, Texas (now covers the Interstate 37 corridor from San Antonio to Corpus Christi)
If you happen to live in these areas, then this is fantastic news. However if you don’t, then hold on! AT&T’s 4G network is probably the fastest expanding service in the U.S. If you haven’t yet fallen under its massive blanket of 4G coverage, then that day is not far away.