AT&T has announced their latest 4G LTE expansion. While this roll-out doesn't include as many markets as the last go around, there is probably something to be said for the timing as this update has arrived less than a week after the last. This latest bit is dealing with five markets across Kansas, Missouri and Texas.
4G LTE expansion news coming from AT&T lately. We have seen several announcements this month alone and as of today we have word of expanded coverage across ten states. This latest LTE expansion includes coverage for those in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, North Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Washington.
4G LTE speeds, but they aren't the only ones. We usually hear reports of Verizon, AT&T, and recently T-Mobile boasting their networks, but today's about Rogers up in Canada. They've recently confirmed 7 new locations will be getting the LTE treatment.
Google confirmed that they would be launching their next-gen ISP Fiber network in the small city of Provo, Utah. Being just the 3rd location to receive the awesome service, and today we're getting additional details regarding the acquisition of Provo's current Fiber network called iProvo.
Google and many others confirmed that they had an outage causing some issues and a disruption in service for many things like Gmail, Google Drive, Calendar sync and much more. However, the company confirms that service should be fully restored.
T-Mobile's big event today where they announced their new plan moving forward, no contracts, 4G LTE, and the T-Mobile iPhone we also heard they'd be releasing some pretty aggressive marketing ads. Now just a few moments later it appears a few of those ads are already live, and below we have two pretty awesome videos from T-Mobile to share. Would you rather sign a 2-year contract with your mobile carrier, or get a root canal?
T-Mobile just unleashed tons of details on their future. With new "UNcarrier" unlimited plans, no contracts, the iPhone 5, HTC One and of course their 4G LTE network. In case you haven't been following along the "No More Mr. Nice Guy (or girl)" campaign is long over and the black leather-clad Bad Girl Carly commercials are only going to continue. Today T-Mobile confirmed their first 7 cities with 4G LTE, and more than 200 million users can expect to have LTE in the next 6 months.
AT&T advertisements that have been making the rounds in magazines and newspapers around the USA the past few weeks, they aren't too nice. They are attacking T-Mobile head on as we reported here, but this week T-Mobile is firing back and getting even. It looks like the gloves are off and this battle will be getting down and dirty.
AT&T has just announced a slew of network updated where they'll be expanding their 4G LTE rollout throughout the US. The main part of the news is for their updates in Texas, but Nebraska is receiving it's fair share, as well as several cities too. Read on for the full details on AT&T's fast 4G LTE network.