AT&T has flipped the 4G LTE switch for several additional markets. This latest includes select cities in Alabama, Connecticut, Florida, Ohio and Tennessee. Some of this latest LTE announcement is for new coverage and some is simply expanding upon existing coverage. Beginning first with Alabama, this includes an expansion in and around Mobile.
AT&T has said that the Mobile areas should now be seeing LTE in I-10 immediately east of Spanish Fort to the Florida state line, HWY 59 corridor from I-10 to the beach including Loxley, Foley and Gulf Shores, HWY 180 from Fort Morgan to Gulf Shores and East from HWY 59 to Orange Beach Boulevard.
Moving onto Connecticut and we have another expansion. This time dealing with the Waterbury area. The LTE coverage should now include parts of Cheshire, Meriden, Prospect, Waterbury and Wolcott. Next up with have three new areas which include Sebring, Florida; Athens, Ohio and Dyersburg and Ripley, Tennessee.
This latest LTE coverage comes in addition to an expansion for the Bowling Green, Ohio area which was announced a few days back, on March 18. And for those who may have missed it, AT&T also announced some expansions for select cities in Georgia, Tennessee and Virginia back on March 14. Simply put, plenty of new LTE coverage has been coming from AT&T.[via AT&T]