AT&T outlined its 4G LTE roll out plans early last month, and now the carrier announced three of those markets — Muncie and Bloomington, Indiana and Bryan-College Station, Texas— will go live on April 8. Slowly but surely, AT&T is expanding LTE to more folks around the U.S., meaning customers with devices such as the new iPad, HTC Vivid and LG Nitro can experience the faster network. Of course, April 8th is also Nokia’s big Lumia 900 launch day, so consumers may want to consider that device, too. There are nine other markets planned to receive LTE in May and early summer, including Cleveland, Akron and Canton, Ohio; Naples, Florida; Lafayette, Indiana; Baton Rouge and New Orleans, Louisiana; St. Louis, Missouri; and Staten Island, New York.
AT&T Announces LTE Will Go Live in Three New Markets on April 8
April 3, 2012|