If you're an AT&T subscriber who is yet to "do more faster" with the provider's LTE network, you might just be in luck. AT&T has announced new LTE availability in six cities across the country today, along with expansion in the Greater Seattle Area and one county in Maryland.

Here's a quick look at cities where AT&T LTE has officially lighted up (click them to see AT&T's city-specific press release):

Certainly, there are still plenty of cities and markets waiting for AT&T to flip more switches, but it's always nice to see that AT&T is continuing its expansion of LTE service (as it plans to do throughout the rest of 2012 and 2013), and those without AT&T LTE coverage still have a shot with HSPA+ speeds.

Source: AT&T

Liam Spradlin
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  • YouEEEeeediot

    Lighted up?

    • skitchbeatz

      "lit" is probably better english.

      • Matthew Fry

        It's not. It's just older.

    • http://AndroidPolice.com/ Liam Spradlin

      Both "lighted" and "lit" are acceptable past-tense forms of the verb "light." It looks like outside the US, lighted may be more unusual though. http://grammarist.com/usage/lighted-lit/

    • Matthew Fry

      Because I'm anal and I've already researched this, lit is the original past tense of light but in an attempt to standardize English by getting rid of irregular past tenses the powers that be use lighted. In theory, I support the effort to reduce the irregularity in the English language, but in practice I really like the irregular forms and prefer them. Lit instead of lighted, hung instead of hanged, etc.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Phillip-Martin/100000077199240 Phillip Martin

    Damn grammar Nazi's

    • Matthew Fry

      You mean "Nazis." *ducks and runs away*

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Phillip-Martin/100000077199240 Phillip Martin

    Goddamn grammar Nazi's

  • http://www.stevenmattera.com Steven Mattera

    It was nice to wake up here in Daytona Beach to the "4G" symbol on my Galaxy Note. =D