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Since its last expansion which enabled its fourth-generation Long-Term Evolution (LTE) speedy cellular radio technology in several new markets, U.S. wireless carrier has been pretty quiet.

The following day rival Verizon took the initiative by announcing its LTE was available in 500+ markets across 49 U.S. states and covering nearly 200 more markets than AT&T.

Stepping up its game, AT&T today announced expansion of its LTE which is now available in more than two dozen additional markets. If you live in any of the areas listed below the fold, you should start experiencing enhanced speeds on your LTE-enabled devices…

Here’s a list of newly-added AT&T 4G LTE markets, sorted chronologically:

• Victoria area, Sherman-Denison and Midland and Odessa, Texas
• Palatka and Homosassa Springs, Florida
• Valdosta/Lowndes County and Milledgeville, Georgia
• Pine Bluff and Searcy, Arkansans – Coverage in the Pine Bluff area extends to parts of Altheimer, Sheridan, Stuttgart, Redfield and White Hall. Coverage in the Searcy area extends to parts of Beebe, Berryhill, El Paso, Garner, Heber Springs, Judsonia and Kensett.
• Yakima, Bremerton and Moses Lake, Washington – During the past ten months, AT&T has launched 4G LTE throughout the state, including the greater Seattle area, Aberdeen, Anacortes, Centralia, Longview, Mount Vernon, Shelton, Port Townsend/Whidbey Island/Camano Island, Pullman, Spokane, Tacoma and the Tri-Cities area.
• Silverthorne, Colorado – Coverage includes Breckenridge
• Chico-Oroville, California
• Cape Girardeau, Missouri
• Dunn, North Carolina
• St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands
• Lafayette and New Iberia, Louisiana
• Atlantic City, New Jersey – Coverage includes Brigantine, Hamilton Township, Longport, Margate City, Mays Landing and Ventnor City
• Corinth-New Albany, Grenada, Meridian and Greenwood-Cleveland, Mississippi – Greenwood-Cleveland coverage extends to parts of Indianola
• Batavia, New York – Batavia coverage is in addition to the AT&T 4G LTE footprint already available in areas of Buffalo and Rochester
• New Ulm, Minnesota
Dillon, South Carolina
Beckley and Oak Hill, West Virginia
Lawton, Oklahoma
Cape Cod, Massachusetts

Network tests conducted by Consumer Reports, Rootmetrics and PC Mag don’t lie: AT&T claims the title of the nation’s fastest LTE, with Verizon ruling the coverage game.

According to Juniper Research, there will be more than 220 million 4G LTE subscribers around the world by 2014. Currently, 4G LTE is available in 70 countries around the world.

  • jocastro

    fairbanks, alaska lol ????????????????????

  • Kenny Nguyen

    I neeeeed LTE in Stockton,CA!

    • Original_UserName

      Just today, I have noticed “LTE” showing up on my bar here in Stockton. Is it turned on? Last time I paid attention a month or so ago, it turned on in Sacramento and in the Bay Area, but not here is Stockton. Like I said, I have noticed it today.

      • Kenny Nguyen

        Where did you see it exactly? ;O

      • Original_UserName

        Several places now. Lincoln Center, Robinhood & Pershing, I-5 & March Lane.

      • Kenny Nguyen

        I just noticed it in the mall and in Weston Ranch now! Its here but it goes back to 4G somethimes! I think its still in testing phase.

  • Johnathan Jennings

    MID MISSOURI!!! ugh. I’m tired of waiting.
    AT&T’s website even shows in my area we have it, but yet, no LTE.

  • Stephen Michael Simon

    Should make it to Davenport, IA by the time the 5S comes out. Perfect!

  • Jonathan

    WHERE THE HELL IS SPRINTS LTE???! I’m switching to Verizon or AT&T soon. I’m honestly tired of waiting

  • Bladimir Slavik

    I need lte in newbern nc