Date: Thursday, October 3rd, 2013, 07:23
Category: News, wireless
It’s never a bad thing when a wireless network expands.
Per AppleInsider, AT&T has announced the expansion of its 4G LTE network to 11 more markets, and the carrier has improved service in two other markets, meaning iPhone owners in those locales will see greatly increased speeds.
Much of the expanded LTE service is in Georgia or Mississippi, but locations in Alabama, Texas, Florida, Washington, Michigan, and Louisiana will also see greater data speeds. The new locations are part of AT&T’s continuing effort to expand its network, an effort that saw the addition of 79 new markets over the summer.
AT&T’s 4G LTE network provides data speeds up to 10 times faster than 3G. The network covers more than 280 million people across the United States.
The markets now able to access 4G LTE connections are as follows:
– Selma, Alabama.
– Brenham, Texas.
– Vero Beach, Florida.
– Cordele, Georgia.
– Dublin, Georgia.
– Brookhaven, Mississippi.
– Natches, Mississippi.
– Picayune, Mississippi.
– Port Angeles, Washington.
– Mt. Pleasant, Michigan.
– Lake Charles, Louisiana.
Additionally, AT&T announced improved LTE coverage for two more markets on Tuesday. Putnam and Greene Counties near at Atlanta and Wright and Carver Counties near Minneapolis will now have improved reliability and access in their LTE connections.
Stay tuned for additional details as they become available.