Just a few weeks after deploying its 4G LTE to several new cities, AT&T is now expanding its LTE network to a few more areas. Joining in are Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Florida, and Worcester, Massachusetts. Additionally, AT&T is also bringing 4G speeds to Boston area including MetroWest, North Shore and South Shore areas. The same applies to greater Washington, D.C. area, specifically in Montgomery and Prince Georges Counties and in Northern Virginia. Baltimore and Anne Arundel Counties will also experience AT&T’s expansion.

AT&T customers in the aforementioned areas can expect faster speeds and lower latency, thanks to the carrier’s spectrum. Owners of LTE-compatible devices including the HTC One X and Nokia Lumia 900 in the said areas can now enjoy blazing speeds on their device. “We continue to see demand for mobile Internet skyrocket, and our 4G LTE network responds to what customers want from their mobile experience. Today’s launch means being able to beat your friends to the punch when accessing webpages, updating social networks and streaming video,” AT&T said.

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