AT&T announces first five LTE cities


AT&T will introduce 20 new 4G devices by the end of the year. (Ronda Churchill/Bloomberg)

In a statement this morning, the company also said it will roll out the high-speed network in 10 more yet-to-be-named locations.

And what will run on this super-fast network? Well, the company also promised that it would introduce 20 new 4G devices this year, and “some of those” will be LTE-capable.

Verizon currently has its LTE network in 38 markets and 60 major airports and expects to expand to 76 markets by June 16. Sprint has more than 70 sites for 4G.

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Hayley Tsukayama covers consumer technology for The Washington Post.

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