AT&T Expands 4G LTE to Six Cities, Intros Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 with LTE


AT&T has just announced a 4G LTE enabled Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9, along with their plans to expand their 4G LTE  (Long Term Evolution) coverage to six new markets. These six new markets include Charlotte, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Oklahoma City, and San Juan, Puerto Rico, and they will all have 4G LTE as soon as November 20th. Meanwhile, us New Yorkers are impatiently waiting for 4G LTE to arrive on our congested data network.

For a limited time, AT&T is also offering a special promotion where if you purchase a new 4G LTE enabled Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9, you can get a Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket or Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone at no cost, with a 2 year contract. The new 4G LTE enabled Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 goes on sale on November 20t. for $479.99 with contract.

AT&T is offering both postpaid and prepaid plans for 4G LTE data plans for tablets which are $14.99 for 250 MB or $25 for 2 GB. There is also an option for a 3GB monthly data plan for $35 a month, with a two-year contract.

Check out our full review of the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket, which is one of AT&T’s first 4G LTE supported phones. We also recommend checking out our review of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9.

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