Long Term Evolution. These areas represent AT&T's fastest mobile Internet speeds. You'll know you're in our LTE coverage area when the 4G LTE network indicator appears next to the signal bars on your device. 4G LTE capable device required. If you are outside our LTE coverage area, you can still access services using our other 4G and 3G mobile broadband, and 2G networks where mobile broadband is not available.
Learn more about 4G LTE.
4G: 4G Mobile Broadband
- These areas represent AT&T's owned 4G HSPA+ network with enhanced backhaul. AT&T's 4G HSPA+ network is capable of delivering 4G speeds when combined with enhanced backhaul. Learn more about 4G.
3G Voice and 3G Mobile Broadband
Data coverage is available in most metropolitan areas. 3G capable device and eligible rate plan required. However like all coverage it can and will be adversely affected by distance from cell site, weather, foliage, tower congestion and other factors. You'll know you're in our 3G coverage area when the 3G network indicator appears beside the signal bars on your phone. If you are outside our 3G coverage area, you can still access services using our EDGE network. Learn more about 3G.
These areas represent AT&T's owned GSM network providing EDGE - Enhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution coverage. Advanced mobile services like video and music clips, full picture & video messaging, high-speed color Internet access, and email on the move are possible. Learn more about our technology.