AT&T’s 4G LTE isn’t the new kid on the wireless block anymore, but that’s not to say the network’s leapfrogged its growing pains. With almost two years to go before it reaches that end-of-year 2013 expansion target, the carrier’s flipping the switch on an additional eleven markets across the US, as well as completing coverage in New York City. With a phased rollout in place that’s set to begin next month and terminate at some undisclosed point in early summer, subscribers in Cleveland, Akron and Canton, Ohio; Naples, Florida; Bloomington, Lafayette and Muncie, Indiana; Baton Rouge and New Orleans, Louisiana; St. Louis, Missouri; Bryan-College Station, Texas and Staten Island will get to benefit from those 700MHz waves. Check out the official presser below for the finer details.
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