AT&T has just launched its super-fast LTE 4G network in four new U.S. cities, and has expanded coverage in a number of other markets.
In a press release that recently hit the Web, AT&T outlined the new markets:
- Miami, Florida
- Fort Lauderdale, Florida
- West Palm Beach, Florida
- Worcester, Massachusetts
- Boston, Massachusetts – MetroWest, North Shore and South Shore areas
- Baltimore, Maryland – Baltimore and Anne Arundel Counties
- Washington, D.C. – Montgomery and Prince George Counties
- Northern Virginia
This is, of course, good news for local folks sporting an LTE-compatible third-generation iPad, or who are looking to purchase the the sixth-generation iPhone later this year (which, in all likelihood, will also have the power to work on 4G networks).
Though these new additions mean AT&T has coverage in almost 50 LTE markets, the carrier still has a long way to go before it catches up with Verizon (who has around 350 markets). Nevertheless, this is good news for AT&T customers sporting a new iPad.
For more information, visit AT&T’s website.