1. Anthony Bouchard's Avatar


    Within the last couple of weeks, AT&T brought more 4G LTE cellular coverage to its customers. Tuesday, AT&T continues rolling out their 4G LTE cellular network in five more cities. They have also expanded existing 4G LTE cellular coverage in some locations where AT&T’s 4G LTE was already available.

    AT&T’s 4G LTE is now available in the following five cities:


    • Oxford, Mississippi
    • Tucson, Arizona
    • Melbourne, Florida
    • Springfield, Massachusetts
    • Green Bay, Wisconsin


    AT&T has also expanded their 4G LTE cellular coverage in the following locations:


    • Phoenix, Arizona
    • New Brunswick, New Jersey
    • Salt Lake City, Utah
    • Los Angeles, California


    As AT&T’s 4G LTE coverage map grows, AT&T gains more potential subscribers, so it’s great to see the network continue to grow. In locations where 4G LTE coverage is not available, iPhone 5 users can drop down to a 4G HSPA+ network, which offers up to 14.4mb/s downlink rather than 4G LTE’s potential 100mb/s downlink. The iPhone 4S can use this network as well, but does not have the hardware for 4G LTE. These figures, of course, assume perfect network conditions and aren’t realistic in real-world usage.

    In other related news, AT&T has also today rolled out a new free Wi-Fi hotzone in Chicago, Illinois for the people along the city’s popular North Michigan Avenue.

    Has AT&T's 4G LTE hit your area yet?

    Sources: AT&T
    Last edited by Anthony Bouchard; 2012-12-18 at 07:20 PM.
    2012-12-18 07:08 PM
  2. Silverado1987's Avatar
    Kinda upset. Lol the last 3 times I seen these articles it's all the stupid other cities that are surrounding me. Hey ATT get Ocala up and running. Should've went to Verizon
    2012-12-18 07:18 PM
  3. mustard05's Avatar
    Kinda upset. Lol the last 3 times I seen these articles it's all the stupid other cities that are surrounding me. Hey ATT get Ocala up and running. Should've went to Verizon
    The only think good about Ocala is Santos(mountain biking trails).
    2012-12-18 07:52 PM
  4. Italia411's Avatar
    Kinda upset. Lol the last 3 times I seen these articles it's all the stupid other cities that are surrounding me. Hey ATT get Ocala up and running. Should've went to Verizon
    I did go to Verizon on my iPad mini and AT&T released LTE in my area that day. The AT&T LTE speed test on my iPhone 5 smokes my Verizon LTE on my mini. I would say hang in their. Also another interesting note, both networks drop off of LTE for no apparent reason. AT&T falling back to HSPA+ 4G and Verizon falling back to CDMA 3G. AT&T wins that speed test hands down. Also I like AT&T on my phone because when I use it as a hot spot it does not stop down loading when I get a voice call where Verizon does. On the mini however that does not matter.
    2012-12-18 07:53 PM
  5. ridingsupreme's Avatar
    Yep. In San Diego the speed varies between 25-28mbps and 45-55mbs d/l with a mere 6-8mbps and 15-25mbps u/l. Using speed test.net. I've pretty much always got about exactly half of at&fail's claimed speeds on any given network. That being said. Downloading at 55mbps is pretty unreal for ota speeds. (All LTE IP5)
    2012-12-18 08:02 PM
  6. GmAz's Avatar
    Kinda upset. Lol the last 3 times I seen these articles it's all the stupid other cities that are surrounding me. Hey ATT get Ocala up and running. Should've went to Verizon
    Why would they do some place of 50k people and skip covering WAY more people by expanding LA's coverage or any of the other places they went to?
    2012-12-18 08:05 PM
  7. Rayraysfunhouse's Avatar
    Be nice for Oklahoma to get some LTE
    2012-12-18 08:27 PM
  8. plumoso's Avatar
    What happen with Long Island New York ???
    pain & time and glory
    2012-12-18 08:40 PM
  9. csglinux's Avatar
    You have to love this type of news article: "AT&T covers yet another 0.0002% of the population."
    Great job, AT&T!
    2012-12-18 11:08 PM
  10. gytheran's Avatar
    Be nice for Oklahoma to get some LTE
    Tulsa, OK has LTE with AT&T.
    2012-12-18 11:17 PM
  11. Rayraysfunhouse's Avatar
    Yea I keep hoping Lawton gets a tower every time I see these articles.
    2012-12-19 12:11 AM
  12. Darkiq's Avatar
    You have to love this type of news article: "AT&T covers yet another 0.0002% of the population."
    Great job, AT&T!
    To be fair, Tucson has over 1mil people, so that's 1% of the american populous, just saying
    2012-12-19 02:13 AM
  13. GmAz's Avatar
    To be fair, Tucson has over 1mil people, so that's 1% of the american populous, just saying
    The US has a population of 311 million people and some change. 1 million people is only .3% of the population.
    2012-12-19 02:34 AM
  14. NewD's Avatar
    To be fair, Tucson has over 1mil people, so that's 1% of the american populous, just saying
    You need to head back to 8th grade math class, dude.. Lol!! There's over 311 million people in the US.
    2012-12-19 02:54 AM
  15. law111's Avatar
    Riverside, Ca just showed up with a lot of LTE
    2012-12-19 07:07 AM
  16. King_O_Hill's Avatar
    Way to restate the population figures from above.

    Check out WW3 for iOS 9/10 - Widget-Weather 3.0
    2012-12-19 07:09 AM
  17. x_IMMORTAL_x's Avatar
    Yea my buddy texted me asking what is this LTE showing up on my I5 this morning lol. I got excited and turned it back on and sure enough LTE pops up. I am also in Riverside,Ca Law11
    2012-12-19 08:25 AM
  18. trialnterror's Avatar
    The only think good about Ocala is Santos(mountain biking trails).
    I had the Same issue in my city just out of saltlakecity! But as of today I have LTE! Be patient hopefully it'll come to your area.
    2012-12-19 09:22 AM
  19. KBI2113's Avatar
    Be nice for Oklahoma to get some LTE
    But then tornadoes would move much faster....
    2012-12-20 04:01 PM
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