The US carrier AT&T conquers new markets with the LTE service
The US carrier AT&T continues its strategy for a significant expansion of the LTE services that the company provides in several markets around the country, in this number South Dakota, Minnesota, New York, New Jersey, Illinois, Arizona, Pennsylvania, Oregon, Arkansas, Ohio and North Carolina. Recently, more states in the country were provided with the LTE services of AT&T, including California, Mississippi and Nevada. The carrier is trying to get an advantage before its rival, Verizon Wireless. Verizon has achieved a good success in the competition so far even though, some of the mentioned states and locations are relatively rural.
Who can take advantage by the new service for LTE internet by AT&T? Customers of the company that own devices, compatible for LTE, like Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC One, Apple iPhone 5 etc will be able to use the high speed internet on their smartphones. If you are curious whether the services will be provided in your location, read below the newest markets where the LTE by AT&T will be introduced.
- Asotria, Oregon
- Ocean City, Avalon, Stone Harbor, Cape May, Sea Isle City, Villas, New Jersey
- Kinston, North Carolina
- Cortland, New York
- Duluth-Superior, Minnesota
- Rock Island (Quad Cities, Sterling), Illinois
- Flagstaff, Sedona and Prescott, Arizona
- Brookings and Watertown, South Dakota
- Dayton, Ohio
- Berwick, Pennsylvania
- El Dorado and Camden, Arkansas
Users of AT&T from Reno, Nevada who have subscribed for the service will enjoy an expanded LTE footprint. The carrier introduced the service in the region 6 months ago, in December 2012. Customers from Eastern and Central Mississippi will also get an expanded LTE footprint. Good news for the available service in their region will get people from Salinas, California. More countries that can take advantage from the LTE service by AT&T are also the regions around Scranton and Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania.
The big challenge in front of AT&T is to cover 250 markets until the end of the summer.