4G Available in what cities?

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    4G Available in what cities?

    Has anyone run across a list of the cities that will be the first to get 4G from AT&T?

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    Well, per their 4G "definition"... AT&T's 4G is HSPA+ with expanded backhaul. So basically any tower that has HSPA+ and fiber backhaul is 4G.

    There are several cities across the US that already have that. Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, Manhattan, LA, Jacksonville.... I actually was part of the Jacksonville/St. Augustine, FL deployment.

    The only thing is none of their phones currently take advantage of 14.4Mbps HSPA+. But the new ones will. LTE trials are supposed to begin in Atlanta, and some spots up the eastern coastline sometime in Q2 2011. Currently though, there are no phones announced from AT&T that come with an LTE compatible baseband radio on-board, so expect some new 4G superphone announcements for AT&T by mid-June.

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