AT&T Launches LTE Network in St. Louis alongside LTE Windows Phones

On April 10, 2012 AT&T customers were able to access AT&T’s 4G LTE network in St. Louis. Coincidentally this was right alongside the launch of the newest LTE phones on AT&T, the Nokia Lumia 900 and the HTC Titan II. Both of these devices launched on April 8 and are running the Windows Phone OS.

AT&T recently announced that they were going to bring LTE to the St. Louis market and they delivered on that promise. What does LTE mean to consumers? On my personal Nokia Lumia 900 I tested LTE data speeds of 14 MB download and 3 MB upload. That is quite impressive especially considering my home internet connection is only 12 MB down. You can see if LTE is available to you by checking the coverage area at

Although, we will have a much more detailed look at the Lumia 900 in the coming days I’ll leave you with the following videos focusing on the AT&T LTE Strategy and the Lumia 900.

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