The list is even longer if you include the entire month of September, in which AT&T also added Rochester, New York, and Albany, New York, to the 4G LTE fold. In addition, AT&T announced upcoming 4G LTE coverage to several other territories, places like Toledo, Ohio, and Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Clearly AT&T is trying to remain as competitive as possible in the 4G LTE landscape, especially now that it isn't the only iPhone carrier in town (and hasn't been for some time). Of course, there are a number of non-iOS devices that support 4G LTE on AT&T's network as well.
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