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gigahurtz
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join:2001-10-20
Palm Coast, FL
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reply to travelguy

Re: You'd think...

said by travelguy:

That AT&T would like to show all that fantastic LTE coverage they have been trumpeting. Unfortunately, when you go to their coverage map, all you see is their misnamed 4G "enhanced HSPA+". I couldn't find LTE coverage shown anywhere on the actual map. Instead, all you get is a list of cities where they may or may not have LTE available and some nice dots next to a city name.

It says on the map that you have to zoom in to view LTE coverage areas. If you zoom into those areas you'll see it outlined in dark blue.

TBBroadband

join:2012-10-26
Fremont, OH

at least their up front about it.


travelguy

join:1999-09-03
Santa Fe, NM
reply to gigahurtz

said by gigahurtz:

It says on the map that you have to zoom in to view LTE coverage areas. If you zoom into those areas you'll see it outlined in dark blue.

You're correct - The map doesn't appear to be updated to reflect today's announcement and I apparently didn't zoom in enough in the other cities I tried. Indianapolis does show 4G LTE coverage.