The markets launching today include:
● Ketchikan, Alaska
● Maui, Hawaii
● Cambridge, Ohio
● Meadville, Pa
● Parkersburg-Marietta, W. Va. and Ohio.
Customers can enjoy faster download/upload speeds, lower latency, and more efficient use of spectrum with LTE. Remember, only newer iPhones have LTE enabled (iPhone 4/4S have HSPA and are not compatible), so you'll need an iPhone 5s/5c/5 to enjoy these benefits.
AT&T claims its LTE rollout will be 'essentially complete' by this summer; currently it covers a little over 280 million people.
You can see AT&T's planned LTE rollout coverage on the map below.