AT&T is continuing to push out their LTE network availability to compete with Verizon. They announced five new markets now have 4G availability. These new cities are:
- Fernley, NV
- Pueblo, CO
- Marion, IN
- Amsterdam, NY
- Faribault & Northfield, MN
This is a continuation of AT&T’s Project Velocity IP (VIP). This effort promised to add more than 10,000 macro cells and 40,000 small cells to their network. 1,000 distributed antenna systems will also add to the density of their wireless network.
These distributed antenna systems have been deployed in sports stadiums around the US. Centurylink field in Seattle, Sun Life stadium in Miami and Bank of America stadium in Charlotte are among the major venues AT&T provides WiFi for. As demand for mobile internet is ever increasing, we’ll keep on the lookout for other such announcements.
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