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    Default Considering ATT, rural areas, buildings??

    How is att in rural and not major cities? How about in buildings, do you get service? When answering, if you can, please state the area you are in as well.
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    Default Re: Considering ATT, rural areas, buildings??

    Coverage is good but it's mostly 2g. I live in a small town in southeast Kansas <2800 people and they just flipped the switch 8/1 of this year and now we have Hspa+. I consistently get 4+mbps down.

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    Default Re: Considering ATT, rural areas, buildings??

    It has its ups and downs here in south central PA. Along the interstates, 3G is fast (no LTE) but the further out you get, the spottier it becomes. Overall, better than Sprint was there for awhile.

    I can't speak for buildings as we don't have any really bad ones that I've been in. It's just homes and brick stores. Wal-mart is fine.
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    Default Re: Considering ATT, rural areas, buildings??

    This really depends on how many AT&T towers are around you. I'm in and all around Denver. I get LTE on the city, burbs and in buildings. Otherwise it's good old hspa+ in the farm towns

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