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AT&T 4G LTE expands in Pennsylvania and New York

Posted In News - By AndroidPress on Tuesday, June 11th, 2013 With No Comments »

Coming less than a week after the previous 4G LTE expansion news, AT&T has announced new coverage for those in Pennsylvania and New York. The Pennsylvania coverage is limited to just one market, however the New York coverage is a bit more widespread for today. Of course, the way AT&T has been expanding the 4G LTE network over the past few months, even if your city is not yet live — it may be soon enough.


That being said, the Pennsylvania coverage if for those in Berwick. The New York coverage touches on Northern Madison and Oswego counties as well as markets in and around Cortland, Seneca Falls and Auburn. Breaking each of these New York expansions down a bit further and we have the following coverage for those in Madison.

Parts of Oneida City, the village of Canastota, Wampsville in the town of Lenox, the village ofChittenango in the town of Sullivan, along the New York State Thruway between Oneida and Sullivan and on State Route 5 between Oneida and Chittenango, State Route 13 between Canastota and Chittenango, and State Route 46 between Oneidaand Stockbridge, all in Madison County.

The Oswego county coverage includes parts of Fulton, Phoenix and along Route 481 between Oswego and Syracuse. Lastly, the coverage for the Cortland, Seneca Falls and Auburn markets includes the following;

Parts of Cortland, Seneca Falls and Auburn, including Interstate 81 between Exits 11 and 122 in the Cortland area, Route 13 between Truxton and Cortland, and along Routes 5 and 20 through Auburn and Seneca Falls.

Otherwise, aside from the coverage that has been announced today, AT&T has said this New York coverage is arriving in addition to the coverage that is already available for those in areas of Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, Albany, Saratoga Springs, Ithaca, Binghamton and Watertown. And looking forward, AT&T will be continuing the LTE rollout across New York State.

Basically, this means that if you are currently eligible for an upgrade and happen to be living in one of these new 4G LTE markets — you may want to consider a handset with LTE connectivity. And for those who already have an LTE capable handset, now seems like as good a time as any to get out any begin enjoying those speeds.

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