If you're a citizen of San Francisco and own an LTE capable phone on AT&T's network, you're in luck. It appears that the carrier's new 4G LTE network is now live in SF. While it hasn't been officially announced, it seems to be going strong. If you're in the area, fire up your device and prepare to have your hair blown back.

Interestingly enough, New York City started seeing some high-speed love at the end of last week, but it has only been live in certain parts of the city. It looks like SF is seeing city-wide coverage right off the bat, though, and that ought to cause some rivalry among each area's techies.


If you happen to live in one of these areas, we want to see the type of speed your devices are picking up, if any.

Via: Engadget, The Verge

Brandon Lancaster
Brandon says he likes to live life on the edge. By that he means eating ice cream for breakfast and wearing house slippers to class. Aside from all of the ballsy action he partakes in, he's a mass communications student that spends much of his time studying or tinkering with his phone.

  • Sean

    Here in Australia we had have LTE up and running for a few months and it is on the 1.8 ghz and i have clocked 101 mbps i get between 25 to 85 mbps download speeds and upload is upto 28 mbps and i was upto 8 km away from the tower and it is a lot faster then cable or adsl you won't be disappointed on the speed and we will get the 700 mhz and 2.6 ghz when the analog tv transmitters get switched off and you guys can roam in Australia in about 2013.