AT&T today announced that its 4G LTE network is now live in Cleveland, Ohio, making good on a rollout schedule it laid out back in March. The added market further extends AT&T's LTE coverage map in the Buckeye State after it flipped the switch for residents of Akron and Canton last month. No, the carrier hasn't quite kept pace with Verizon's rapid 4G deployments, but that hasn't left us any less impressed by data speeds we've experienced on AT&T's LTE airwaves. Of course, we're still in the "honeymoon period" where network congestion has yet to rear its ugly head. If you're looking to put AT&T's real 4G network through the paces, there's no shortage of recent LTE-enabled devices that will do the job: we've put together a handy comparison for you right here.
AT&T's LTE network now up and running in Cleveland, OH
AT&T has turned on its 4G LTE network in the city of Cleveland, Ohio.