Telecom giant AT&T has rolled out two brand new 4G LTE devices - the AT&T Mobile Hotspot Elevate 4G, which will be accompanied by the AT&T USBConnect Momentum 4G- a USB modem.
The two devices, which are compatible with both the Mac and Windows OS platforms, are however, not the first of their kind LTE modems the company has unveiled. AT&T had released the AT&T USBConnect Adrenaline earlier in March, this year.
"Our deployment of 4G LTE technology backed by our nationwide HSPA+ network allows us to give customers a superior mobile broadband experience today and for years to come," Jeff Bradley, senior vice president of devices for AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets said, the Wall Street Journal reports.
The company had announced earlier in May that it was going to unveil the LTE Network in the forthcoming summer in 5 cities across the US with an eye to countering the rivals Sprint Nextel and Verizon Wireless.
Though confusions still exist on the matter, AT&T’s LTE network is hugely different from the current 4G network in offering. However, what remains to be seen now is whether or not the market responds to this new offering with same intensity as anticipated by the company.