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AT&T 4G LTE launches in 12 new markets, coming soon to dozens more

News by Andrew Kameka on Thursday September 06, 2012.

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AT&T has added nine new markets to its list of areas with 4G LTE service. The nation's largest wireless company turned on LTE in several cities and expanded service in some surrounding areas. Among the newly-minted 4G markets are:
- Anchorage, Alaska
-Bakersfield and Modesto, California
-Bridgeport, Connecticut
-Jacksonville, Florida
-Montgomery County, Maryland
-Omaha, Nebraska
-Northern New Jersey (parts of Bergen, Passaic, Hudson, Essex, Union and Middlesex Counties)
-Syracuse, New York

The new 4G LTE market launches raise AT&T's total number of LTE markets to more than 60; however, the carrier has plans to push that number even higher in 2012. AT&T has not released specific details about when it will launch in specific areas, but the carrier says that it will deliver LTE to more than 40 additional markets before the end of the year. Here is an alphabetical list of those markets announced today:

- Albany, New York
- Albuquerque, New Mexico
- Allentown, Pennsylvania
- Birmingham, Alabama
- Boise, Idaho
- Charleston, South Carolina
-Cincinnati, Ohio
- Columbia, South Carolina
- Columbus, Ohio
- Denver-Boulder, Colorado
- Detroit, Michigan
- El Paso, Texas
- Fayetteville, North Carolina
- Fort Myers, Florida
- Gary, Indiana
- Grand Rapids, Michigan
- Green Bay, Wisconsin
- Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
- Hawaii
- Knoxville, Tennessee
- Lancaster, Pennsylvania
- Little Rock, Arkansas
- Louisville, Kentucky
- Milwaukee, Wisconsin
- Minneapolis-St.Paul, Minnesota
- Nashua, New Hampshire
- New Haven, Connecticut
- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
- Portland, Oregon
- Providence, Rhode Island
- Reading, Pennsylvania
- Rochester, New York
- Sacramento, California
- Salinas-Seaside-Monterey, California
- Seattle, Washington
- Springfield, Illinois
- Toledo, Ohio
- Tucson, Arizona
- Tulsa, Oklahoma
- Wiles-Barre, Pennsylvania
- Wilmington, Delaware

UPDATE: Since this article was originally published, AT&T has added more names to the list of LTE cities set to launch later this year. The article also mistakenly stated that LTE is available now in Knoxville, Memphis, and Louisville; those markets will not launch until later this year. The post has been updated to reflect those changes.

source: AT&T

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