AT&T now offers its 4G LTE services in four new markets.
The new cities that can access the network are Grand Rapids, Mich.; Nashua, N.H.; Birmingham, Ala.; and Wilkes-Barre, Penn.
AT&T says its LTE services allow customers to experience faster speeds, use new devices and benefit from faster response times.
America's second largest wireless carrier is also second in the LTE race. The company's first LTE markets went live last year, while rival Verizon Wireless has offered LTE for two years now. Sprint's first LTE markets went online this past summer.