AT&T’s rollout of its fastest 4G LTE cellular data network has now reached as far as Yakima in the far north west of the U.S.A. Well in fact not just Yakima but some 35 new markets across the U.S.A will now be able to access 4G networks that means massively quicker upload speeds (a photo in just 6 seconds) and downloads speeds (a song in four seconds)for smart phone users.
A further 45 cities have been targeted by AT&T to be 4G enabled by the end of the summer. AT&T customers have access to the nation's largest 4G network which covers 288 million people
21ST Century communications is a must for all businesses considering their expansion and locational plans and all of the cities and regions covered by the AT&T programme will benefit from this upgrade to data networks. Hi-speed communications is a pre-requisite for modern businesses today.
The latest 35 new regions where 4G LTE is now available in the U.S. are:
St. Thomas, Virgin Islands - Victoria, Texas ? Palatka, Fla. - Grand Junction, Colo. - Morgan City, La.
Valdosta, Ga. - Pine Bluff, Ark. - Yakima, Wash. - Bremerton, Wash. - Moses Lake, Wash.
Silverthorne, Colo. - Homosassa Springs, Fla. i Chico, Calif. - Cape Girardeau, Mo.
Sherman-Denison, Texas - Corinth, Miss. - Grenada, Miss. - Batavia, N.Y. - Milledgeville , Ga.
New Ulm, Minn. - Beckley, W.V. - Oak Hill, W.V. - Midland, Texas - Odessa, Texas - Lawton, Okla.
Cape Cod, Mass. - Searcy, Ark. - Dunn, N.C. - Dillon, S.C. - St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands
Lafayette, La. - Atlantic City, N.J. - Meridian, Miss. - Greenwood, Miss. - New Iberia, La.