AT&T flips the switch on LTE in seven more cities

AT&T flips the switch on LTE in seven more cities

AT&T continues the rollout of its LTE network, today adding seven more cities across the US.

  • Tunica, Mississippi
  • Athens, Tennessee
  • Lafollette, Tennessee
  • Tallahassee, Florida
  • Salinas and Monterey, California
  • Lawrence, Kansas

AT&T continues its steady rollout of LTE, doing its best to catch up to Verizon. If you live in one of these cities, come on over to the iPhone 5 forums and show off your LTE speeds.

Source: AT&T, via Android Central

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AT&T flips the switch on LTE in seven more cities


Speeds are good but still seem pretty spotty. Hopefully the coverage maps will catch up soon too so we can see where the coverages holes are. ....speeds are good when you can get them though!

Tallahassee, here. One day it was off. Next day, it was on. Weird not to have known beforehand, but very cool.

Just highlights the now extreme contrast between AT&T and Sprint speeds.

They should text people a warning before turning on lte,
your data will run out quick at those speeds.

Make a mistake and click download all in iTunes instead of downplay a song, good luck stopping the downloads before it chugs through 250 - 500 Meg's of data.