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.


  • Camden, AR
  • El Dorado-Magnolia, AR
  • Prescott, AZ
  • Flagstaff-Sedona, AZ
  • Quad Cities, IL & IA
  • Sterling, IL
  • Duluth-Superior, MN
  • Kinston, NC
  • Southern New Jersey Shore Points, NJ
  • Auburn, NY
  • Cortland, NY
  • Seneca Falls, NY
  • Dayton, OH
  • Astoria, OR
  • Berwick, PA
  • Brookings, SD
  • Watertown, SD


  • Salinas, CA (Carmel Valley)
  • Jackson, MS (Leake & Nashoba Counties)
  • Reno, NV (along I-80 connection and Spanish Springs)
  • Oswego, NY
  • New York City, NY (Sussex County)
  • Northern Madison County, NY (Oneida City, Canastota, Lenox, Sullivan, and many connecting highways)
  • Wilkes-Barre, PA (Scranton, Clarks Summit, Harveys Lake)

If you find yourself spending time in these areas, go forth and enjoy some speedy streaming music, fast-loading web pages, and smooth video chats. Just remember to keep an eye on your data usage.

[PR Newswire]