AT&T has a growing 4G LTE network and they claim it to be the largest 4G Network in the United States covering more than 285 million people and provide them with super fast download speeds that are 10 times faster than traditional 3G networks. The claim is the AT&T’s network covers 3,000 more cities and towns than Verizon. The AT&T 4G LTE network was recently tested for speed by PC World with the result being named as delivering a more consistent average download speed than any competitor in 13 markets.
The AT&T 4G LTE network has added another two cities to the network this week, turning the super fast network on in Fort Myers, Florida and Tulsa, Oklahoma. President of AT&T in Florida said, “We continue to see demand for mobile Internet skyrocket, and our 4G LTE network in Ft. Myers responds to what customers want from their mobile experience — more, faster, on the best devices.” Jennifer Berg, marketing and communications director for Fort Myers Regional Partnership said, “I’m proud to say that Ft. Myers is among the communities enjoying this cutting-edge technology. AT&T’s investment in Ft. Myers builds on our reputation as a strong region for business investment.”
The two new cities getting new 4G LTE is perfect for those that have been looking to upgrade to a Nokia Lumia handset. The devices that will work perfectly with the super fast 4G LTE speeds include the Samsung Galaxy SIII, Motorola Atrix HD, HTC One S, Nokia Lumia 900, Samsung Galaxy Note and the Pantech Element tablet. Getting 4G LTE on your phone for the first time will make you think you have a brand new device as processes like streaming music, movies, games and television will all be a better overall experience.
3D games that require a lot of bandwidth to produce images on your handset will work perfectly with the faster download speeds and you should not see a blip of buffering time while trying to watch your favorite movie or television shows either. AT&T is continuing to expand the 4G LTE network this year and throughout 2013, but those customers that are outside of the traditional 4G LTE network can still pick up 4G LTE like speeds from the 4G HSPA+ network coverage areas. Most competitors will have smartphones falling back to slower 3G speeds if they cannot connect to a 4G LTE network in the area.