Ma Bell is still markedly behind Verizon when it comes to total LTE coverage in the United States, but they're catching up quickly. Today AT&T 4G LTE service has been activated for Napa and Santa Rosa-Petaluma, California, Rocky Mount, North Carolina, Kalamazoo, Missouri, Orangeburg, South Carolina, and Jackson, Tennessee. The company has also announced expanded markets in New Haven County, Connecticut, Greensboro, North Carolina, Charleston and Walterboro, South Carolina, and the San Francisco Bay area, including parts of San Rafael, Pittsburg, Antioch, Livermore, Brentwood, and Novato.

AT&T has also announced plans to bring LTE service to a whopping 77 new markets this summer, across 33 states and the US Virgin Islands. Here's the full list:


  • Florence/Muscle Shoals
  • Huntsville
  • Monroeville/Evergreen
  • Troy/Greenville
  • Tuscaloosa


  • Flagstaff


  • Chico
  • Merced
  • Visalia


  • Dover


  • Lake City
  • Ocala


  • Hancock
  • Jefferson/Commerce
  • Valdosta


  • Davenport


  • Champaign
  • Rockford


  • Columbus
  • Fort Wayne


  • Manhattan
  • Topeka


  • Elizabethtown


  • New Iberia
  • Shreveport


  • Cape Cod


  • Leonardtown


  • Flint
  • Lansing
  • Muskegon
  • Saginaw


  • Duluth


  • Cape Girardeau
  • Columbia


  • Biloxi/Gulfport
  • Corinth/New Albany
  • Greenwood/Cleveland
  • Meridian/Philadelphia

North Carolina 

  • Asheville
  • Goldsboro
  • Kinston

New Hampshire

  • Portsmouth

New Jersey

  • Atlantic City
  • Millville
  • Southern NJ Shore Points

New Mexico

  • Farmington
  • Gallup

New York

  • Batavia
  • Cortland
  • Seneca Falls


  • Dayton
  • Wooster
  • Youngstown


  • Salem


  • Williamsport

South Carolina

  • Anderson


  • Chattanooga
  • Cookeville


  • Athens
  • Brownsville/Harlingen
  • Corsicana
  • Huntsville
  • Laredo
  • Lufkin/Nacogdoches
  • McAllen
  • Paris
  • Sherman/Denison
  • Texarkana
  • Victoria


  • Petersburg
  • Roanoke

Washington state

  • Spokane

West Virginia

  • Huntington
  • Morgantown


  • Laramie

Virgin Islands

  • St. Croix
  • St. Thomas

AT&T is currently serving LTE speeds to 182 markets in the United States, well behind Verizon, but far in front of Sprint, T-Mobile, and all regional carriers.

Source: PR Newswire

Jeremiah Rice
Jeremiah is a US-based blogger who bought a Nexus One the day it came out and never looked back. In his spare time he watches Star Trek, cooks eggs, and completely fails to write novels.
  • Marsh

    woah coming to cape girardeau, MO!!!!! can't wait

  • McLean Riley

    Let's hope they are using AWS in these new markets. I wish they would convert BG, KY

  • http://twitter.com/s99nj S. Ali

    Sorry ATT, no amount of LTE is going to make me leave T-mobile at your unreasonable monthly rates.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1312291338 Tim Miller

      Yeah, their rates are completely unreasonable, especially for prepaid. With that being said, I couldn't be happier with my $45/mo AT&T MVNO. I have WiFi at home and work, so I never worry about the throttling nonsense most people get. The coverage is so much better then T-Mobile in IL that it isn't even funny.

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  • Chronus719

    At this rate, I think they're begging me to leave for Verizon. Verizon has had LTE where I live for 2 years already and it seems AT&T is content to ignore it.

  • Chris McInnis

    AT&T Hates Maine... I've finally determined that. (I'll admit my N7000 dosent have LTE anyway, but that's why I don't look for a phone with LTE, because I know they will never give it to me)