AT&T 4G LTE coverage/markets list
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1. Muhannad posted on 13 Jun 2012, 05:05 2 2
What a tiny list compared to Verizon's LTE coverage.
8. LordGeek posted on 13 Jun 2012, 13:47 1 1
Dude .. no comparison. Yes, the list is short .. but at least AT&T knows how to keep it running .. hence Verizons complete LTE coverage going down constantly !!!!
9. KingKurogiii posted on 13 Jun 2012, 14:21 0 1
hmm, let's think here. we've had just a handful of days of outage out of the 400+ days it's been up and that's all we've given in exchange for an aggressive rollout that's given us over twice as much coverage as AT&T. yeah, i don't think i'll mind a little bumpy ride. at least some people can actually HAVE LTE to go down with Verizon when they don't with AT&T. :P
3. jacky_luvsjrod posted on 13 Jun 2012, 09:56 4 1
what people still dnt understand like the both above me is at&t has hspa+ in the areas they dnt have LTE so im not missing out on speed when i go out of tge LTE area. Oh yea u guys wouldnt know because when u go out of verizons LTE u glfall back on slow ass evdo 3G . I had a verizon 3G phone only the xperia play i would never go back to sloooooow evdo rev A . Right now on at&t on my note n atts LTE areas i get speeds comparabpe to what people on verizons Lte are getting 20-30 mbps on hspa+ im getting 8-11 mbps which is still perfect for youtube videos, video calls , fb, email etc.. atts hspa+ has improved a lot i admit in 2010ish it was crap now its real good and its almost everywere i have gone from LA TO san diego , san fran , vegas, seattle , arizona and i always had hspa+ never had a problem with it and it was fast enough for all those things i mentioned above i get it u guys on verizon thats always ur claim and yea verizon has more LTE we att users get it get over urselfs like i said we aint missing out in speed we have hspa+ .
4. WirelessCon posted on 13 Jun 2012, 10:32 1 0
Does HSPA+ cover the same areas as LTE, or is it just one or the other?
At&t is still selling handsets that are just HSPA+, that's why I'm curious.
6. Gemmol posted on 13 Jun 2012, 12:02 2 0
I know exactly what you mean, I have the Galaxy Note too and I live in NY, and I have great speeds on 4G LTE......and mine range from 20.27mbps to 30.12mbps with a upload of 7.23mbps to 10.02mbps......the reason I wrote the exact speeds because 20.27 is the lowest number I seen using 4G LTE, and the 30.12 is the highest I seen using 4G LTE... I usually get numbers in between, but still in my opinion this rocks....on HSPA+ I get the same numbers as you @Jacky_luvsjrod.......I been with AT&T since 2006 and honestly they improve a lot, it may not work in your area just like some other carriers, but that doesn't give people the right to bash them....if thats the case my friend has verizon and he gets no service in my apartment in NY, when I would have full bars, so in my opinion no carrier is the best, its either one works for you in your area or not
15. ckingt4 posted on 14 Jun 2012, 08:19 1 0
Hspa+ is nice I have it on my lumia but it doesn't compare to lte. If it did would att be wasting money to upgrade to lte? Don't be so sensitive, att has been behind vzw in coverage for 10 years its nothing new. If att works for you, then more power to you.
7. JGuinan007 posted on 13 Jun 2012, 13:15 0 0
So anyone know when Philadelphia will get LTE? Seems odd to that Munice, IN , Caton, OH, ect. would get LTE before Philadelphia.
10. KingKurogiii posted on 13 Jun 2012, 14:22 0 3
*yawn* same old lame AT&T arguments that means nothing in the long term. ;P
13. jacky_luvsjrod posted on 13 Jun 2012, 23:30 1 0
yaaaaaawnnnn to u too its always the same arguments with u verizon people too soo u have more LTE we have hspa+ wich its still fast i dnt get u verizon guys they both fast its not like hspa+ was slow like ur evdo 3G its faster thats the part u guys DONT understand u guys always especially u kingkurogii u always tell us att customers that we dnt have lots of LTE and treat us like second class citizens fyi at&t is not behind in terms of speed its still much better than sprint and t-mobile and faster than verizon in places were verizon still has 3G which i kno a few over here in cali like visalia calif, adelanto ca, and some parts of victorville ca are still verizon 3G only and att has hspa+ in those places so tu u it means nothing in the long term but thats u . btw in those places i mentioned i went LAST WEEK YES LAST WEEK and i have family with verizon 4G phones droid razr, galaxy nexus etc and they stuck on 3G onl y which they hate they told me they went to verizon to ask wen they gonna bring 4G to those places they said they didnt kno thats when att comes in handy sure they dnt have Lte in those places but they have hspa and i showed them the 8-10 mbps i was getting and they were amazed so yea take ur verizon bullshyt ane stick it up ur ass cuz att doesnt suck.
14. KingKurogiii posted on 14 Jun 2012, 02:18 0 1
oh my goodness gracious, i'm not even gonna touch that one pal. hahaha. xD
for the record though i'm not saying AT&T sucks, no no, just that Verizon took the smarter route by focusing entirely on LTE, that's going to pay off much more in the long run.
16. ckingt4 posted on 14 Jun 2012, 08:24 2 0
Look, when you get old enough to get on your own plan you'll get to choose your self which company you will sign with. But until then drop the animosity, its showing ur age.
17. KingKurogiii posted on 14 Jun 2012, 11:55 0 0
...are you talking to me? xD
i'm on a Family Plan true but i'm paying for my share of it. you think that if i suddenly had control of who i gave my business to my views would suddenly change? lol no. my first choice would be Verizon and my second choice would be T-Mobile, AT&T would be my last choice. :P
18. ckingt4 posted on 15 Jun 2012, 07:05 1 1
No, talking to Jacky
19. KingKurogiii posted on 15 Jun 2012, 18:42 0 0
ah, my bad.
+1 for the misunderstanding.
11. nwright94 (unregistered) posted on 13 Jun 2012, 15:12 0 0
They need to bring it to Pittsburgh. I'd like some lte when I move :-)
12. schecter7 posted on 13 Jun 2012, 15:43 1 1
Yes - AT&T got it right this time :P . Four cities I frequent are Austin, Dallas, San Antonio, and Houston - they all got LTE :P