I think you mean AT&T owns the spectrum for it but doesn't use it, not to mention how much of it they lost to t-mobile. It looks like there will be no need for at&t to build out AWS if tmobile has it covered and they put a roaming agreement in place, I think all at&t LTE phones can do band 4.I read that already, there are other cities across the US that utilize that band. Vegas, Charlotte, Dallas, Chicago, LA, several others.
Ya I know, I wrote that post. As I said, although they own the licenses, it doesn't mean that they've deployed the LTE in any of those markets. If you're in one of those markets, you should definitely try connecting.I read that already, there are other cities across the US that utilize that band. Vegas, Charlotte, Dallas, Chicago, LA, several others.
The latency seems to be much lower on PTA over Phone on HSPA.I was recently switched from a regular data plan (that allowed me to use apn: phone) to a Galaxy S3 4G LTE data plan. Now that I switched to apnta, i can honestly say there is not a big difference. I am still in process of testing, but it seems like the phone apn may be working better for me still, im alternating between the 2.. I think the 'APN Type' field is very important, trying to mix and match variables to see what works and what doesn't.
I tested with my friend's N4 in Yukon and was able to get LTE signal last week. I figured AT&T was just testing Band 4 LTE in our market. Cool to see you're getting it in Mustang, too.a small town outside of Oklahoma City.