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AT&T Mexico's 4G network up to 111 cities

Monday 12 September 2016 | 12:02 CET | News
AT&T Mexico's 4G network has been expanded from the 42 cities it covered in April to the current figure of 111, reports website ADN Informativo, citing the operator's CEO Thaddeus Arroyo. New cities connected to AT&T's 4G network over the past six months include Acapulco, Durango, Juarez, Nogales, Rio Bravo, Tijuana and Valladolid, said Arroyo, adding that customers in the covered areas simply need an LTE-enabled smartphone and SIM card to access the network at no extra charge.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Iusacell / Nextel
Countries: Mexico
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