As with all the other national providers Atlanta is on the first round. My brother uses At&t with his wife, he is also an iPhone junkie (he also has an iPad 2) of course he is a musician as well, so Apple had him early lol. Anyway I can promise you he will be getting an iPhone 5 probably day 1. However; I don't think iPhone's will be doing any LTE dancing for now from what I have heard. If At&t does actually get to take over my provider T-Mobile (which I am actually starting to doubt with the DOJ, FCC, and seven state attorney generals, and of course Sprint all taking them to court over it) which I hope does not happen. So I will have no direct references personally.
I am more interested to see what cities are in the next round of LTE rollouts, I do think Nashville is higher on the list as it is the HQ of AT&T's internet division. Historically Ma Bell's service has been good in this area (Nashville). I am hoping that AT&T starts selling a bucket style of data. Otherwise I will move my parents to Verizon as the amounts of tiered data are higher on Verizon, and network coverage is much more.
rapid1:As with all the other national providers Atlanta is on the first round. My brother uses At&t with his wife, he is also an iPhone junkie (he also has an iPad 2) of course he is a musician as well, so Apple had him early lol.
That's great! I'm hoping that you post a review on AT&T's 4G LTE speeds in the near future.
Anyway; while this may seem like a good move, it's marred up by the fact that there seems to be less and less argument for the coverage issue. I mean looking at that map, AT&T covers a lot of area; even California seems to be covered in 4G goodness. And if they can manage to launch four 4G LTE towers in the most populous areas than it makes it's argument to acquire T-Mobile less credible since, well they obviously have the bandwidth and the coverage area to launch these 4G LTE towers, I mean seriously.
Obviously with this kind of evidence, AT&T is going to have to go to desperate measures to acquire T-Mobile and enhance their bottom line with the cost being the reduction of innovation and competition.
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