AT&T never gets tired of reminding us that they are the nations "most reliable 4G LTE service," although someone from Verizon may argue the point - it's all in how the numbers are 'juggled.' With AT&T's recent surge of new customers, they are going head-to-head with Verizon as the carrier with the most subscribers...a title long held by only Verizon. While Verizon has certainly implemented their 4G LTE network faster, AT&T continues to rollout theirs, promised to be completed by the "end of this summer, " to five more lucky cities today, and while it is only five, those new LTE areas will be able to finally enjoy all the advantages that a high-speed network can provide.
With more than 500 markets and 280 million people already covered by AT&T 4G LTE, finding new markets keeps getting tougher, however, they were able to squeeze in several new markets: Casper, WY - LaGrange, GA - Santa Barbara, CA - Santa Maria, CA - Goleta, CA - and Warsaw, IN. These new customers will be able to stream their favorite videos/movies, download data, and game faster than ever before on their new 4G LTE network. Customers need do nothing to start receiving their new 4G LTE - if you have a LTE device, it is already to go and should hook up to the LTE signal with the AT&T LTE icon showing on your display.
AT&T list several benefits from using their 4G LTE service, and at the top of the list is FASTER SPEEDS. LTE is capable of delivering the fastest speeds of any other mobile internet technology - no more buffering when watching videos or playing games. AT&T also touts their reliability - as voted by an independent study, they have the highest success rate for delivering you a true 4G LTE connection. "Cool new devices" is another AT&T benefit - the newest smartphones and tablets that are 4G LTE capable. AT&T boast that they have faster response time - they offer lower latency, or processing time for the quick response, for starting a download, for instance.
Please hit us up on our Google+ Page and let us know if you are rocking AT&T's 4G LTE network or are you still waiting for coverage...as always, we would love to hear from you.