by Joe White
May 8, 2013
AT&T's 4G LTE network is now available in five new U.S. markets. The new markets are: Sedalia and Warrensburg, Miss.; Palestine and Jacksonville, Texas; and Manhattan, Kan. If you own an AT&T-powered 4G-ready smartphone or tablet, such as the iPhone 5 or iPad mini, the carrier's LTE network should now be appearing on your mobile device. As a reminder, 4G LTE offers users cellular download speeds up to an impressive 10x faster than 3G. At the beginning of last month, AT&T expanded its LTE coverage to include 14 new locations. As of this minute, the carrier's 4G network is available in a total of 209 markets. For information concerning AT&T's coverage, see the carrier's updated coverage map. Are you hooked up to 4G with AT&T? For further news, see: Sharp Reportedly Set To Begin Production Of iPhone 5S Display In June, Today's Best Apps: Super Bunny Land, Breach And 2020: My Country, and Quickly Create Beautiful Collages With Moldiv.