1. MoDaLoT's Avatar
    Geez we need LTE in the Des Moines Iowa...
    2012-12-11 04:29 AM
  2. mustard05's Avatar
    Look for the "LTE" next to AT&T instead of "4G", that will tell you what network you are connected to to.

    I'm 10 min north of palm beach county in Florida and im on the borderline of getting it. if i drive 10 min south i have it.
    Since I live in Jax, I know you should LTE if your on an iPhone 5.
    2012-12-11 04:38 AM
  3. BoostedEvoIX's Avatar
    Blazing fast here in Lake Mary, FL. The other day i got 63mb down and 36mb up!
    2012-12-11 04:39 AM
  4. mustard05's Avatar
    Blazing fast here in Lake Mary, FL. The other day i got 63mb down and 36mb up!
    Here in Jax Fl I've seen up to mid 70's. crazy fast!
    2012-12-11 04:41 AM
  5. LOD-squa's Avatar
    Nice. I'm in Orlando and max I have seen is 57.
    2012-12-11 04:46 AM
  6. ohthatguyagain's Avatar
    Woodlands, TX here. Amazing 3G, 4g, and LTE signals from AT&T. Unfortunately, everyone in this town is on AT&T, so while signal is perfect, speeds are 1-2 Mbps max (if you're lucky and in the middle of the night).
    2012-12-11 04:58 AM
  7. kyphur's Avatar
    Any AT&T iPhone 5 user in an LTE enabled market able to confirm what our AT&T rep told me, that all models of iPhone 5 share the limitation of no cellular data on LTE when you're on a voice call?
    2012-12-11 04:59 AM
  8. mustard05's Avatar
    Woodlands, TX here. Amazing 3G, 4g, and LTE signals from AT&T. Unfortunately, everyone in this town is on AT&T, so while signal is perfect, speeds are 1-2 Mbps max (if you're lucky and in the middle of the night).
    What is so amazing about those speeds?

    Any AT&T iPhone 5 user in an LTE enabled market able to confirm what our AT&T rep told me, that all models of iPhone 5 share the limitation of no cellular data on LTE when you're on a voice call?
    I would also be interested in the answer to this questions. Although, I'm sure a google search could help answer the questions.
    Last edited by mustard05; 2012-12-11 at 05:05 AM.
    2012-12-11 04:59 AM
  9. rkswat's Avatar
    The app is called and spelt, "Speed test."
    Yeah, its called a typo.... do you really think any one can't figure out what they guy meant?
    2012-12-11 05:10 AM
  10. mustard05's Avatar
    Yeah, its called a typo.... do you really think any one can't figure out what they guy meant?
    There are people in this world that can't even follow the most simple instructions. Relax!
    2012-12-11 05:34 AM
  11. tlyons1022's Avatar
    I really want LTE in Colorado Springs, CO. I'm in Denver all the time, and the LTE is ridiculous fast up there. For example... 48.8Mbps up and 13.1Mbps down as tested by the speedtest.net app. On "4G" I get around 7.5 up and 3.3 down in Colorado Springs.

    Any AT&T iPhone 5 user in an LTE enabled market able to confirm what our AT&T rep told me, that all models of iPhone 5 share the limitation of no cellular data on LTE when you're on a voice call?
    This is true. I can confirm that when in a phone call, the data service drops to "4G" even when in an LTE service area.
    2012-12-11 05:35 AM
  12. Silverado1987's Avatar
    Gosh I'm surrounded by Jacksonville orange park and Tampa with LTE and I'm slapped in the middle with nothing. Geez those speeds are sick. On the speed test app as we speak on my iPhone 5 from Jacksonville server:
    4G: DW 2.19 UP 0.07MB
    Wifi: DW 9.22MB UP 0.82MB

    So believe me when I say this. I NEED LTE lol
    2012-12-11 07:03 AM
  13. Ruthless Killa8's Avatar
    Got LTE in Allentown PA today. I'm getting 53 mb/s download and 15 upload... So much faster than HSPA+
    2012-12-11 07:12 AM
  14. NewD's Avatar
    Just can't imagine why it's not in Philly yet.
    2012-12-11 07:43 AM
  15. MXCO's Avatar
    Only reason I prefer AT&T over Verizon is because when I don't get LTE I get 4G which is way better then 3G plus 4G is covered every where so is LTE but there's some spots or buildings where it drops to 4G and hspa+ gets up to 10 down. But I knew Verizon is all over here in the Seattle area I just like how AT&T build up their 4GLTE unlike Verizon went straight for LTE instead of building up 4G.
    "You may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm not"
    2012-12-11 09:59 AM
  16. rcm's Avatar
    Puerto Rico, we have been AT&T costumers since before they even had cellphones, and we can barely scratch basic 4g speeds, come on AT&T, almost 80% of people here have AT&T (mostly because of the Centennial takeover), it's time you do us right for a change.
    2012-12-11 10:33 AM
  17. mustard05's Avatar
    Gosh I'm surrounded by Jacksonville orange park and Tampa with LTE and I'm slapped in the middle with nothing. Geez those speeds are sick. On the speed test app as we speak on my iPhone 5 from Jacksonville server:
    4G: DW 2.19 UP 0.07MB
    Wifi: DW 9.22MB UP 0.82MB

    So believe me when I say this. I NEED LTE lol
    I'm in Jax/ orange park. Your not being totally upfront! The speeds here are crazy fast nasty. The only area I haven't tried it is the North side.

    And Tampa is a 4 hour drive from here. So really, where are u?
    2012-12-11 01:41 PM
  18. Silverado1987's Avatar
    Ocala Marion County area. Literally smack in the middle of Florida.
    2012-12-11 01:56 PM
  19. artbran's Avatar
    Reading, PA has had it for about a week too...
    No announcement for that even though in one of the old posts about where they will be adding it, Reading made the list.
    2012-12-11 02:11 PM
  20. quidam_brujah's Avatar
    nope im in the rural area Verizon already has 4G in the area but im sure AT&T will get here in a year or so
    Verizon went for the quick fix in their solution: cheap and fast upgrade to LTE but potentially more expensive LTE Advanced upgrade later. That's why they're being coy about LTE Advanced -- 5G.

    AT&T went for the more costly long term upgrade that is taking longer to deploy but will make upgrades to LTE Advanced faster. This is why you're likely to see AT&T turning on LTE Advanced in some markets next year before they even finish their LTE system upgrade. I also know they're using multiple 10G links for back haul in those markets and they're looking at upgrading those to 100G.

    AT&T's typical strategy is to go where they get the most payoff with the smallest investment, which means large metros in descending order (minus testbeds). The price they pay is in the optics: their coverage maps look bad even though they can rightfully claim to cover the vast, vast majority of their customer base.
    2012-12-11 04:35 PM
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