Ma Bell says it will introduce the faster wireless data delivery technology in the new markets in April, May and the early summer. The new LTE cities include St. Louis; Naples, Fla.; Bloomington, Lafayette and Muncie, Ind.; New Orleans and Baton Rouge, La.; Akron, Canton and Cleveland, Ohio; and Bryan-College Station, Texas. The carrier is also extending its New York City deployment to Staten Island.
See how AT&T's LTE will shape up in the next few months below:
View AT&T's LTE in a larger map
AT&T doesn't yet talk about average speeds for its new LTE service, but it promotes LTE as offering speeds up to 10 times faster than 3G.
For more Follow the progress of LTE in the U.S. in 2012:
- Mapping LTE: AT&T & Verizon's 4G Footprints
- Sprint's 4G LTE Texan Triangle
- Verizon Plots 5 New LTE Markets
- AT&T Turns Up 11 More LTE Markets
- New Year, New 4G: At a Glance
- AT&T Hits 15 LTE Markets, Adds Another Tablet
- AT&T/T-Mobile: Nationwide LTE Within 6 Years
— Dan Jones, Site Editor, Light Reading Mobile