AT&T is continuing its aggressive rollout of its 4G LTE network. Earlier this week, the company announced new markets that would soon be receiving LTE coverage. Today, the wireless carrier is adding a few more markets to this list.
With the recent announcements, customers in the following areas will also be able to access 4G LTE service through AT&T:
In all, AT&T now offers 4G LTE coverage to more than 150 million people and covers 103 markets across the United States. This coverage is more than double what AT&T offered at the end of last year, and the wireless carrier isn't done yet—more expansion is planned through the end of the year.
By the end of 2013, AT&T plans to offer 4G LTE service to 250 million people. Looking even further ahead, AT&T plans to provide 300 million people with LTE service by the end of 2014.
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Well i don't know about the stock browser on your phone but some alternative browsers allow a person to save settings for websites to keep selected websites in desktop mode.
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