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AT&T, with 19.3 Mbps download speed, rated best wireless carrier in Baltimore region [REPORT]

Think what you will, but the quickest wireless network in the Baltimore region is AT&T, according to the Baltimore RootScore Report released this month by RootMetrics. But when it comes to preventing dropped calls, T-Mobile is your best bet (as noted in the graphic below). Read the RootScore report here. Much of this wireless prowess […]

Think what you will, but the quickest wireless network in the Baltimore region is AT&T, according to the Baltimore RootScore Report released this month by RootMetrics.
But when it comes to preventing dropped calls, T-Mobile is your best bet (as noted in the graphic below).
Read the RootScore report here.

Much of this wireless prowess is the result of AT&T’s LTE network build-out, on which Technically Baltimore has reported. Since launching its LTE service in the Baltimore area:

[Full disclosure: AT&T was a sponsor of the first BmoreTech meetup and a sponsor of the inaugural Baltimore Innovation Week, events that Technically Baltimore organizes.]

baltimore-callchart-jan13

It should be noted that the RootScore report covers a Baltimore area defined by the U.S. Census that includes parts of Baltimore, Howard and Anne Arundel counties. (In November 2012, AT&T finished its build-out of its LTE network in Anne Arundel County.)

Companies: AT&T

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