AT&T’s LTE available in ten new markets

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The second-largest United States wireless carrier, AT&T, which claims the title of the nation’s fastest fourth-generation LTE network, today flipped the switch on LTE in more places. As of today, AT&T’s LTE signal should start appearing on 4G-enabled devices for customers in Twin Falls, Burley, Kauai, Appleton, Oshkosh, Fond du Lac, Poplar Bluff, Durango and more.

Last month, AT&T lit up LTE in fourteen new markets in its bid to catch up to rival Verizon in terms of nationwide LTE coverage…

Here’s the list of newly-added LTE markets:

Long-Term Evolution radio technology offers up to ten times greater download speeds compared to HSPA+ technology, which carriers often incorrectly advertise as 4G.

The carrier earlier this month signed LTE roaming agreements with UK’s EE and Canada’s Rogers.

The company has also rolled out the new Mobile Share Value plans that let you save $15 or more per month on full-price device purchases as it moves toward dropping device subsidy altogether.

If you’re an AT&T customer, why not share your experience in terms of LTE coverage and data speeds in your area down in the comments?