AT&T 4G has evolved from a mostly HSPA+ network to 4G LTE coverage in
41 47 markets with plans to cover 95% of the U.S. population by the end of 2013.
While they lag behind Verizon’s 301 city 4G LTE footprint, things look promising with their most recent crowning by PCWorld as the nation’s fastest 4G network (for downloading).
With a plethora of postpaid, prepaid and international plans, AT&T’s 4G offerings are becoming well rounded.
Unlike Verizon or Sprint however, their device selection remains thin with only two 4G devices: The Elevate 4G mobile hotspot and the Momentum 4G USB Modem.
In this review, I cover:
- AT&T 4G Plans | Postpaid, Prepaid & International
- AT&T 4G Speed | Real Vs. Advertised
- AT&T 4G Coverage | Ma’ Bell Vs. Big Red LTE
- AT&T Elevate 4G Vs. Momentum 4G | Which Should You Get?
For comprehensive details on any of the above, see the individual sections below:
Compare postpaid, prepaid & international AT&T 4G plans to find the cheapest for your 4G tablet, mobile hotspot, USB modem or ultrabook.
AT&T 4G speed is advertised as “download speeds of 5 – 12 Mbps & upload speeds of 2 – 5 Mbps.” But what do real world speed tests reveal?
While HSPA+ AT&T 4G coverage is widely available, its
41 47 market LTE footprint is playing catchup to Verizon’s current 301 cities.
AT&T 4G mobile hotspots & USB modems lineup has shrunk to just the Mobile Hotspot Elevate 4G & USBConnect Momentum 4G. Which should you get?
Are you an AT&T 4G user?
If there’s anything you could go back and tell yourself before signing up, what would it be?
Let us know in the comments below.