After it added 6 LTE markets (three in the United States and three in Puerto Rico), AT&T has added four further markets in America, with its service now reaching 160 million consumers.
The U.S. carrier has added markets in the following regions: Auburn, Alabama; Grand Rapids, Michigan; Nashua, New Hampshire; and Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania. These territories will now all receive LTE coverage.
With these additions, AT&T's LTE service will reach a total of 113 markets with coverage extending to 160 million consumers.
AT&T, who was recently named the worst carrier in the U.S. for the second year running, has a long way to go to level Verizon's coverage reach. By October 18, the latter boasted 417 LTE markets (which has since increased to 441 markets) in the region, offering its service to 250 million consumers.
The firm is investing $14 billion in upgrading its wireless networks, with 4G LTE coverage expected to reach 300 million consumers by the end of 2014.
An infographic of the 4G LTE markets AT&T has invested in thus far can be seen below.