AT&T has ramped up its network in Syracuse, N.Y.; Bakersfield, Calif.; Modesto, Calif.; Omaha, Neb.; Anchorage, Alaska; Jacksonville, Fla., and Bridgeport, Conn. The 4G coverage has also been expanded in New York, New Jersey and the Washington, D.C.-Baltimore region.
4G LTE offers users faster uploads and downloads than third-generation networks, so that you can get that funny cat video up before your friends. AT&T markets its LTE network as "10x faster than 3G." (See What We Mean When We Say '4G'.)
This is how AT&T's 4G LTE footprint looks now:
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Why this matters AT&T is consolidating its LTE deployments in areas like Florida and Texas, while moving into new states such as Alaska and Nebraska. "As of today, AT&T 4G LTE is in more than half of the NFL markets (23 of 31) and nine of the top 10 TV markets," an AT&T spokesman tells us via an email.
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— Dan Jones, Site Editor, Light Reading Mobile