AT&T to expand 4G LTE to 50 more cities by year's end

The carrier's LTE coverage is slated to total than 400 markets by the end of 2013.

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AT&T subscribers in 50 more cities are due to get a bite of 4G LTE before the debut of 2014.

The carrier announced Wednesday plans to roll out LTE to at least 50 more markets this year, reaching a total of more than 400 cities and almost 270 million people covered by its higher-speed network. AT&T's LTE network currently encompasses more than 370 cities and 225 million people.

The cities scheduled to get LTE this year including the following:

  • Fairbanks, Alaska
  • Dothan, Ala.
  • Selma, Ala.
  • Redding, Calif.
  • Durango, Colo.
  • Pueblo, Colo.
  • Tifton, Ga.
  • Waycross, Ga.
  • Kauai, Hawaii
  • The Big Island, Hawaii
  • Des Moines-West/Des Moines, Iowa
  • Twin Falls, Idaho
  • Lewiston, Idaho-Wash.
  • Decatur, Ill.
  • Kankakee-Bradley, Ill.
  • Peoria, Ill.
  • Paducah, Ky.- Ill.
  • Alexandria, La.
  • Lake Charles, La.
  • Lewiston-Auburn, Maine
  • Battle Creek, Mich.
  • Jackson, Mich.
  • Joplin, Mo.
  • Poplar Bluff, Mo.
  • Rolla, Mo.
  • Brookhaven, Miss.
  • McComb, Miss.
  • Natchez, Miss.-La.
  • Kalispell, Mont.
  • Greenville, N.C.
  • Jacksonville, N.C.
  • Fargo, N. Dak.- Minn.
  • Elmira, N.Y.
  • Utica-Rome, N.Y.
  • Portsmouth, Ohio
  • Sandusky, Ohio
  • East Stroudsburg, Pa.
  • Pottsville, Pa.
  • Abilene, Tex.
  • Amarillo, Tex.
  • Longview, Tex.
  • Marshall, Tex.
  • San Angelo, Tex.
  • Tyler, Tex.
  • Port Angeles, Wash.
  • Appleton, Wis.
  • Fond du Lac, Wis.
  • Oshkosh-Neenah, Wis.
  • Gillette, Wyo.
  • Sheridan, Wyo.
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Journalist, software trainer, and Web developer Lance Whitney writes columns and reviews for CNET, Computer Shopper, Microsoft TechNet, and other technology sites. His first book, "Windows 8 Five Minutes at a Time," was published by Wiley & Sons in November 2012.

 

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