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AT&T Rolls Out 13 New LTE Markets, Expands Service In 15 More

Maybe you got LTE coverage a long time ago, but not everyone is so lucky. AT&T is still filling in the gaps in its LTE network, and is today adding 13 new markets and expanding a few more. Let's see if you're on the list.

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Target's Brightspot T-Mobile Prepaid Brand Launching October 6th – Unlimited Talk/Text Plans Start At $35, $50 With 4G Data [Update: It's Official]

Update: Brightspot is official.

Already confused by the myriad of prepaid carriers out there? Well, Target thinks there should be one more. After @evleaks outed the name and pricing last night, more details have emerged. Target's prepaid service will run on the T-Mobile network and is launching October 6th online and in Target stores.


Pricing starts at $35 per month for unlimited talk and text, but no mobile data. For $50 you get "unlimited" data, including 1GB of 4G.

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O2 And Vodafone Launch LTE Networks In The United Kingdom Today

United Kingdom citizens, your long wait for LTE service is finally over... assuming you haven't gotten fed up and switched to EE already. Vodafone and O2, half of the UK's "big four" wireless providers, have both switched on their 4G/LTE networks today. Vodafone's LTE network is limited to London at the moment, while O2's network fares slightly better with a rollout to London, Leeds, and Bradford.

EE has had a de facto monopoly on LTE/4G in the UK (none of the carriers across the pond ever muddied the "4G" name with HSPA service, so the terms are interchangeable) since October of last year thanks to the government's spectrum licensing.

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AT&T Announces Big LTE Rollout – 5 New Markets And 8 Expansions Today, 50 New Cities By The End Of The Year

Verizon got the jump on everyone with LTE, but AT&T has been doing its best to catch up. The carrier's newly announced upgrade plans should get it a fair way toward that goal. Ma Bell is flipping the switch on 5 new LTE markets and 8 expansions this very day, but the rate of the rollout is going to pick up for the rest of the year. AT&T plans to launch at least 50 new markets before January 1st.

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AT&T Announces 35 New LTE Markets, Expands 17 More

AT&T is rolling 4G LTE out to new markets today, and it's a big, big list. There are nearly three dozen new locations and 17 expansions. This puts AT&T at 326 LTE total markets. If you've got an LTE device on Ma Bell, you will see the super-fast network in the cities listed below.

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AT&T Launches LTE In 7 New Markets, Expands Coverage In 6 More

AT&T has announced some new LTE markets today and will be expanding coverage in a few more. You can check out the full list below. If you've been hoping for AT&T LTE to reach your corner of the world, cross your fingers and proceed.

New Markets:

  • Hot Springs, AR
  • Visalia-Porterville, CA
  • Jefferson-Commerce, GA
  • Brainerd, MN
  • Grand Rapids, MN
  • Minot, ND
  • Mount Vernon, OH


  • Gainesville, FL expansion
  • Atlanta, GA expansion
  • Athens, GA expansion
  • NYC expansion
  • Columbia, SC expansions
  • Knoxville, TN expansion

This brings AT&T's LTE market count to 291.

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AT&T Lights Up LTE In 17 New Markets And Expands Coverage In 7 More, Including Dayton, Flagstaff, and Southern New Jersey Shore

It's that time again. AT&T has been busy adding and upgrading several markets with high-speed LTE. This round of upgrades seems to focus a bit more attention to the Northeast, particularly in the New York and New Jersey areas. Still, quite a few other locations are popping up around the country. With most new spots checking in with populations below 100,000 people, and some below the 10k mark, AT&T is closing in on its target to finish covering the United States with LTE by the end of this year.

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AT&T LTE Expands To 22 New Markets And Expands Coverage In 10 More [Updated]

Perhaps you've noticed tantalizing flickers of AT&T 4G LTE on your handset in recent weeks. That's a sure sign something about to break loose, and now it has. AT&T is firing up LTE in 22 new markets and expanding coverage in 10 others. Most of the new markets are mid-size cities, which really tells you how far along AT&T is in its rollout.


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Verizon's Galaxy S4 Will Be The First Device To Operate On The Carrier's AWS LTE Bands

Verizon managed to gobble up national licenses to a wide swath of the 700MHz Block C spectrum a few years back, and it is this slice of electromagnetism the carrier used to deploy its 4G LTE network. That's not Verizon's only plan of attack, though. It has also been putting together a second spectrum range running on AWS. Well, this space is almost ready, and the Galaxy S4 is going to be the first device to access it.

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Samsung Prepares For Gigabit Mobile Speeds With "5G" Millimeter Wave Band Transceiver, ETA 2020

Most mobile users these days are happy to get LTE service (and a few of us just wish we could get 3G reliably) but there is already a surprising push towards the next big thing in wireless speeds. Samsung thinks it has the solution, or at least what might become one: expanding existing LTE networks into the super-high 28GHz range, the lower part of what's known as the millimeter wave bands.

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