Just yesterday, we saw AT&T announce some new LTE markets in the Northeast as well as providing upgrades to a few. Today, they’re announcing even more improvements that both add new cities as well as expanding some others. Here’s the full rundown in a nice list form:
- Flagstaff-Sedona, Ariz.
- Prescott, Ariz.
- Camden, Ark.
- El Dorado-Magnolia, Ark.
- Quad Cities and Sterling, Ill. (includes parts of Sterling and the area of the Quad Cities contained within the Route 80/Route 280 loop, including parts of Rock Island, Moline, East Moline, Davenport and Bettendorf)
- Duluth-Superior, Minn.
- Southern New Jersey Shore Points (includes Ocean City, Avalon, Stone Harbor, Sea Isle City, North Wildwood, Wildwood, Wildwood Crest, Cape May and Villas)
- Kinston, N.C.
- Dayton, Ohio
- Astoria, Ore.
- Brookings, S.D.
- Watertown, S.D.
- Salinas, Calif. (now includes portions of Carmel Valley)
- East-Central Mississippi (now includes parts of Philadelphia, Carthage, Kosciusko, Lena, Camden, Choctaw and Edinburg)
- Reno, Nev. (now includes portions along I-80 connection and Spanish Springs)
- Scranton, Clarks Summit and Harveys Lake, Pa. (Philadelphia, Hatfield, Montgomeryville, Lansdale, Doylestown, Chalfont, Lancaster, Easton, Harrisburg, Linglestown, Mechanicsburg, State College, Reading, Allentown, Thorndale, Bethlehem, Wilkes-Barre, Williamsport and York, Pennsylvania, Avalon, Stone Harbor, Sea Isle City, Ocean City, North Wildwood, Wildwood, Wildwood Crest, Cape May, Villas, Princeton, Woodbury, Swedesboro, Millville, Vineland, Bridgeton, Paulsboro and Bridgeport, New Jersey and Wilmington and Dover, Delaware)
As you can see, this is quite a large expansion that should affect plenty of people. Are any of you going to get LTE with this new expansion?