Today AT&T announced several more cities scheduled to receive 4G LTE connectivity. The rollouts are set to begin in April, May, and into the early part of summer. Most notably of the cities in line to receive the update is Cleveland (press release specifically points out Cleveland). Larry Evans, vice president and general manager, AT&T Ohio and western Pennsylvania states, “AT&T customers in Cleveland can look forward to even faster mobile Internet speeds very soon, on our leading lineup of smartphones and devices. We’re excited to bring Cleveland all that 4G LTE has to offer. Our teams will be working hard across the city toward our upcoming launch.”
Other cities on the list include: “Akron and Canton, Ohio; Naples, Fla.; Bloomington, Lafayette andMuncie, Ind.; Baton Rouge and New Orleans, La.; St. Louis, Mo; Bryan-College Station, Texas; and Staten Island in New York City.”
I’m not sure if your city made the list, but it’s good to see AT&T accelerating their 4G LTE push. Whenever it gets to your city, make sure you come back and let us know how good (fast & reliable) or bad (slow & unreliable) it is. For more information, check out the source link below.