Starting next week, you'll be able to prepare for AT&T's LTE network on your laptop, tablet (or whatever else!) with a new hotspot or USB dongle. But how much will the mobile broadband run you?
AT&T might be done teasing us with their fake '4G'. Well, hopefully. Today, AT&T unveiled their first two 4G LTE products: the Momentum 4G and Elevate 4G. It's the real LTE, super fast, blazing speed 4G we want.
AT&T just announced that they'll be rolling out LTE—as in that real 4G goodness—to Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio this summer. No more fake 4G for you lucky people! AT&T also said that they plan to add another 10 or so markets by the end of the year. Here's to hoping you live in one of those…
LTE is exciting stuff (if you don't know what the heck LTE is, we have an explanation here). AT&T has just inked deals with Alcatel-Lucent and Ericsson, who supply AT&T's 3G equipment, solidifying 2011 as the year of 4G.