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As of this writing, Verizon claims to have 441 markets in the U.S. Last week, AT&T’s LTE network received high praise from Consumer Reports, which said that the carrier’s network was better than those from competitors. But that was about the only good news AT&T received from Consumer Reports: The carrier was ranked dead last in a rating of top carriers by value, voice, data, and other factors Blue Christmas iPhone Case. Three of the new additions are in the U.S., while three other markets are in Puerto Rico. AT&T has expanded its LTE network to six more markets..
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