Mid-last month, AT&T announced that it would bringing LTE to 12 new markets in "April, May, and into early summer." It appears to be making good on those plans beginning now, as it's going to flip the switch in three new markets on April 8th:

  • Muncie, IN
  • Bloomington, IN
  • Bryan-College Station, TX

This gives AT&T a total of 31 LTE markets now, putting it pretty far behind Verizon's "more than 200 cities."

There's no word as to when it should roll out the rest of the promised markets, but it's nice to see it getting an early start delivering the goods.

[PR: 1, 2, 3]

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  • Kevin

    Taking a page out of Verizon's book and including a bunch of college towns in their rollouts. Not a bad idea at all.

  • lazyboy0172

    are you kidding me!? I got sprint to be on the 4G train back with the Evo. When that was a big fib I went to Verizon which was rolling out quickly, but still not available in Muncie (despite being in every other college town big or small in Indiana) and now AT&T actually beats them to the punch? well poo. If I hadn't just gotten the Nexus I'd be tempted to hop over and snag a One X.

  • Juan