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Below are the latest AT&T coverage maps. You can see coverage of AT&T 2G (voice calls), 3G (data) and 4G (LTE) as well as AT&T tower locations.

Note: we are continually updating our data set to be more accurate. If you have an Android or iOS device you can help us make the maps even more accurate (as well as improving your own connection) by downloading the OpenSignal app.

About AT&T Cellular Coverage

AT&T is the second largest carrier in the United States in terms of number of subscribers, with over 106 million as of June 2013. AT&T currently provide 4G LTE service in 291 markets in the US (the roll-out began in September 2011), meaning that about 60% of the US population lives in a region with at least some access to AT&T 4G. AT&T has an average US 3G download speed of 2.4Mbps and an average 4G download speed of 11.5Mbps. The most popular Android device using AT&T is the HTC Desire HD.

What you can do about poor AT&T signal

You have a few options available to your to improve your AT&T signal:

  • Try one of their femtocells. AT&T sell a device called a MicroCell, which is a femtocell for the AT&T network. A femtocell is a mini cell tower, which uses your broadband internet connection to provide a cellular signal.
  • Try a cellular repeater. A cellular repeater takes existing signal, amplifies it and rebroadcasts it around your home or office. They are harder to set up than a femtocell, but will cover all US networks, both voice and 3G.
  • Change networks. AT&T charge an Early Termination Fee for customers wishing to leave their contract early. However we have heard of the fee being waved for AT&T customers who have complained of no service in their area.

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