AT&T expanding its LTE footprint next Sunday; carrier set to release the Nokia Lumia 900
0. phoneArena posted on 04 Apr 2012, 02:21
Next Sunday, AT&T will be expanding the number of markets that carry its 4G LTE pipeline to 12; the expansion of AT&T's LTE footprint comes at the same time that AT&T officially launches the Nokia Lumia 900, the first LTE enabled Windows Phone model...
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1. cripton805 posted on 04 Apr 2012, 02:40 0
I will admit, thats one sexy piece of hardware for the price. Hopefully the OS and the hardware delivers.
2. Sniggly posted on 04 Apr 2012, 03:13 1
Ha, LTE coverage has actually been consistently live for a week now in St. Louis. About Damn time too. Customers were annoyed that Kansas City got it first.
3. thesilentnight posted on 04 Apr 2012, 06:25 0
LTE Service is NOT currently active here in Baton Rouge...
11. networkdood posted on 04 Apr 2012, 15:49 0
That would make it at least 40 markets with LTE 4G and if that is not available you still get pretty fast 4G HSPA+.
6. droiddomination posted on 04 Apr 2012, 08:01 0
wow, verizon sucks!!! start the press!!! oh and iphone suck s it! this phone is awesome looking! heres to you reinventing yourself windows phone!!! droid still dominates though!
7. ahhxd717 posted on 04 Apr 2012, 08:08 0
Yeah, I was dilly dallying in an AT&T store the other day and the LTE network has been live in Bloomington, IN. Now I really need an LTE device. They've got it in my college town and hometown
8. bigsimpd posted on 04 Apr 2012, 08:47 0
Wow Alabama gets no love.Suks Verizon showed us some love tho with they're LTE
9. Jeradiah3 posted on 04 Apr 2012, 09:19 0
Thats great to hear that LTE will be active here in St. Louis!! now all I have to do is get my Galaxy Note and all is well in my world lol. im a big man (6'7" 235lbs) and i need a big phone
13. Jeradiah3 posted on 05 Apr 2012, 09:51 0
lol. i wanted my next phone to be an LTE-capable phone. Until the note came out, I wouldve waited for the SkyRocket. I dont think that there will be another phone like the Note for a while. Samsung made a bold move and entered an area in mobile phones that Dell wasnt successful at