Nothing to get your blood rushing like an LTE coverage announcement, right? T-Mobile's the culprit this morning, as the uncarrier just added a slew of cities to it official 4G LTE coverage list in a wide variety of regions. Without further ado, here they are, by state:

  • California: San Luis Obispo
  • Colorado: Silverthorne
  • Florida: Key West, Naples-Marco Island
  • Indiana: Evansville
  • Kentucky: Bowling Green, Elizabethtown, Frankfort
  • Louisiana: Baton Rouge
  • Massachusetts: Barnstable Town
  • Minnesota: Red Wing
  • Mississippi: Hattiesburg
  • Missouri: St. Joseph
  • Oregon: Bend
  • Pennsylvania: Allentown, Harrisburg, Lancaster, Reading, State College, Winchester
  • Washington: Bremerton, Port Angeles

While it certainly has some catching up to do as the last player to get into the LTE game, T-Mobile is moving quickly refarming that AWS spectrum across the country to get the job done. If you're in one of the newly-announced markets, you may have been seeing LTE for a while now, as carriers often wait to officially announce new LTE markets in groups, and not until the service in the area is finished testing.