The country’s fifth LTE network just went live. On Thursday, U.S. Cellular began selling its first 4G device, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, across its regional coverage area, though LTE speeds will be limited initially to smaller markets in Iowa, Maine, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Wisconsin (you can find detailed coverage maps here). The carrier plans to expand 4G coverage to nine more states in the second half of the year to cover just over half of its operating territory – though it will be a while before it appears in U.S. Cellular’s flagship city Chicago.
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