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AT&T to launch its LTE network Sunday in 5 markets

0. phoneArena 15 Sep 2011, 16:17 posted on

AT&T's 4G LTE network will launch Sunday in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Houston and San Antonio; the carrier expects to have 15 markets with LTE by the end of the year, which works out to about 70 million people covered by AT&T's LTE pipeline as 2012 begins...

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posted on 17 Sep 2011, 06:32

35. remixfa (Posts: 14600; Member since: 19 Dec 2008)


wil.D is off his rocker applesauce. i dont think one thing he just said was factual.

posted on 16 Sep 2011, 07:49 1

25. Wil.D (unregistered)


Wow!! Everyone is laughing at AT&T because they are only launching their LTE network in 5 cities but once again people forget that when Verizon and Tmobile launched their LTE network, they started with 5 cities at a time! Start small, make sure the network is running properly and then expand!!

posted on 16 Sep 2011, 14:23

31. Me (unregistered)


Verizon launched with 35 cities. All cities with football teams plus other major cities.

posted on 16 Sep 2011, 18:22

32. hornetmx (Posts: 71; Member since: 12 Mar 2010)


That map is embarrassing!!!
Why would they even make one. Ok Verizon why dont you just go ahead and get the new "i got a map for that" commercials. They might as well use the ATT CEO's quote about how far behind vzw they are (he said 2 years). Funny how people still defend them. Thats the reason why they still lag. BOHICA att users.

posted on 16 Sep 2011, 21:39 1

33. donpeppino9 (Posts: 67; Member since: 24 Jan 2010)


despite verizon's better 3g coverage, i'd still rather use ATT. I dont like using CDMA technology. i've had sprint for 8 years and dumped them for ATT. couldn't be happier about it.

posted on 18 Sep 2011, 10:18

36. BenCjamin (Posts: 80; Member since: 13 May 2011)


Verizon was first into the game but At&t has been developing the technology just as long as Verizon has. Verizon wanted to be the first to roll it out so they were. At&t however, is going to Iron it out before releasing the technology. For example all LTE phones so far are plagued with the indoor problem of dropping to 3g. Verizon's 3g speeds are like At&t 's 2g speeds. Plus with HSPA+ as has been stated before if you don't LTE coverage the HSPA+ will still be quite fast. So At&t is doing it right but Verizon was first out. Why do you think that none of their dual core phones came out onto the LTE network til now? It's because the network couldn't handle it until now.

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