AT&T and Verizon Wireless have closed a business deal that will see the companies swap some 4G LTE. In a deal reportedly worth roughly $1.9 billion, AT&T has just bought tons of spectrum from Verizon Wireless. The two first agreed to the deal back in January as Verizon was snapping up spectrum from others, and now it's a done deal. Read on to see how this will improve AT&T's offering.
AT&T has come forward with details on the latest 4G LTE expansions. This time around we are seeing several new markets that have gone live this week. In total, new AT&T 4G LTE coverage is coming to 14 markets across 10 states. Those states include Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Tennessee, Texas and Utah.
Vodafone and O2 to the team of blazing fast data and network speeds. O2 promised a 29th launch, and as expected, they flipped the power switch this afternoon on 4G.
Amazon has a wide array of devices ranging from Kindle readers, Fire tablets, and there's plenty of talk surrounding a Kindle Fire smartphone coming soon too. This afternoon we're learning that the company has been testing some unorthodox systems for wireless networks, running on spectrum from Globalstar, who isn't your average cell network provider.
AT&T has announced the latest 4G LTE expansion news. Except this time around we aren't seeing any markets that are getting coverage today. Instead this time around they are getting a look at the markets that will be getting coverage throughout the remainder of the year. And in addition, AT&T also provided a status update in terms of where things stand at the moment.
AT&T has announced the latest 4G LTE expansion. This time around we are seeing new coverage and expanded coverage across Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, North Dakota, Ohio and Virginia. For the most part this latest LTE expansion includes one market per state, but regardless, it does mean faster speeds.
AT&T has once again expanded upon their 4G LTE coverage. This latest round includes new and expanded coverage across 13 markets and 12 states. This time around the good news comes for those in select markets in California, Colorado, Idado, Kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, Ohio, Oregon, Texas and Virginia.
AT&T have been touting that lightning fast 4G LTE network lately, and this morning they've confirmed another 10 markets and locations are getting the green light for faster speeds. After initially launching their 4G LTE network expansion later than Verizon, they've been pretty busy upgrading their coverage, and today's no different. We have the full list below.