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While Google may not be entirely ready to commit to LTE as the network that its current line of Nexuses will run on, three of the big four carriers seem to boast what they're up to in that department pretty consistently. Today, it's AT&T.

The company has just announced that not only does its LTE network cover "more than 150 million people across the U.S.," but also that it's ahead of schedule and plans on adding around 100 million more people to that number by the end of 2013. And another 100 million by the end of 2014.

To help reach that goal, they announced ten more LTE markets today:

If you're in any of the above areas, congratulations - you can now "do more faster."

Cameron Summerson
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  • crap

    My town has already had LTE tower upgrades completed since July. AT&T hasn't turned them on yet.

    Come on, what's keeping you?!

  • steb0ne

    Funny they sent out an email today talking up the network enhancement in VA...but still no LTE! I'm not waiting for them...switching to Verizon

  • John O’Connor

    I may not be a rocket scientist, but "not only does its LTE network cover "more than 150 million people across the U.S.," but also that it's ahead of schedule and plans on adding around 100 million more people to that number by the end of 2013. And another 100 million by the end of 2014."

    So currently they cover 150M+ by end of 2013 +100M by the end of 2014 +100M

    SO 150 + 100 + 100 = 350MILLION.

    Are we to have a population boom in the U.S. within the next 2 years? As of July 2011, we had 311,591,917

    #FUZZYMATH

  • Floss

    Still no LTE and no plans on ever getting LTE in the inland empire. At this point ATT isn't even cheaper then Verizon but sucks way more so I guess I might as well switch :(

  • Zach Gamble

    Is that supposed to be Greenville SC, because I definitely have LTE now in Greenville SC.