I grew up in the Kalamazoo area. It's good to see some companies offering new services in the area. While 4G LTE means very little to me (I prefer a naming structure that reflects the actual speed of a network rather than which generation it is and I don't own any 4G LTE devices), I do like that they picked Kalamazoo to expand into (as well). Though, personally, I wish it was Google Fiber instead of AT&T.
I know this pretty much a pointless post and has nothing to do with the topic but im rooting for Google Fiber being everywhere it can be. That or atleast since AT&T is going to compete with them now that Comcast, Time Warner, ect recognize that they better offer their customers more or they will start to leave them at a faster rate than they already are.
Well to sorta go back on topic it is good to see AT&T is expanding their coverage of areas. Atleast LTE "can" be true 4G even it still can't hit the speeds that were the original specification. The HSPA+ crap should never have been able to call themselves 4G but hopefully we will one day catch up to the rest of the world.
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