The 50 new markets expected to receive AT&T 4G LTE before 2013 is through include Fairbanks, AK; Dothan, AL; Selma, AL; Redding, CA;
Durango, CO; Pueblo, CO; Tifton, GA; Waycross, GA; Kauai, HI; The Big Island, HI; Des Moines-West Des Moines, IA; Twin Falls, ID; Lewiston, ID-WA; Decatur, IL; Kankakee-Bradley, IL; Peoria, IL; Paducah, KY-IL; Alexandria, LA; Lake Charles, LA; Lewiston-Auburn, ME; Battle Creek, MI; Jackson, MI; Joplin, MO; Poplar Bluff, MO; Rolla, MO; Brookhaven, MS; McComb, MS; Natchez, MS-LA, Kalispell, MT; Greenville, NC; Jacksonville, NC; Fargo, ND-MN; Elmira, NY; Utica-Rome, NY; Portsmouth, OH; Sandusky, OH; East Stroudsburg, PA; Pottsville, PA; Abilene, TX; Amarillo, TX; Longview, TX; Marshall, TX; San Angelo, TX; Tyler, TX; Port Angeles, WA; Appleton, WI; Fond du Lac, WI; Oshkosh-Neenah, WI; Gillette, WY and Sheridan, WY.
With 4G LTE service, you can download up to 10 times faster than over a 3G pipeline. Speaking of speed, back in June PCMag revealed the results of its annual speed test which showed that AT&T's LTE service was the fastest of the nation's top three major carriers. Of course, T-Mobile's sample size was too small to consider back then, but AT&T did beat out Verizon and Sprint. Next year's test, with a more representative sample from T-Mobile, and another year of LTE service under Sprint's belt, could be more interesting.