Nearly two weeks ago AT&T announced they had finally launched their 400th 4G LTE market in the US, and today they have even more good news. They aren't showing any signs of slowing down, just like Verizon, and today have fired up another 8 cities with 4G LTE speeds and are on track to meet their goals.
As usual, AT&T took to their press room and announced that we'll be seeing at least 8 new markets get the green light for 4G LTE today and throughout the week, and more are coming soon. AT&T isn't focusing on select areas at this point, and rather filling in the gaps so everyone can get the same great speeds.
Today's range of updates are in California, Nevada, to Ohio and more. It's a strange mix. The new markets include, Marysville, California; East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania; Carson City, Nevada; Bellingham, Washington; San Angelo, Texas; Statesboro, Georgia; Joplin, Missouri and Portsmouth, Ohio. So if any of those areas are where you reside, you should be seeing some faster speeds starting today and all week.
Over 240 million people are reportedly enjoying 4G LTE from AT&T according to their latest numbers, and their goal of hitting 270 million by the end of 2013 looks right on track. Now go get a custom Moto X from AT&T and enjoy those speeds.