The good news is AT&T announced LTE rollout for a few more markets http://www.engadget.com/2012/03/12/...te-expansion-plans-to-light-up-eleven-market/ The bad news is this may take 3 months, which shows you how slow the rollout will be to other markets. What is AT&T doing? They still have edge in a large area of the country including along major highways. When I drive through PA on I-80 its like being in the dark ages. Estimates for completion of their LTE network are over six years and this will not include rural areas. T Verizon will have all major highways and cities covered with LTE in the next 9 months with complete coverage of their 3g network by the end of 2013. They are also ahead of schedule so they may be done in a year if all goes well. I think it will be tough for AT&T to continue competing with Verizon especially given their poor treatment of loyal customers with their data throttling and no unlocking iPhone policies. I have an AT&T iPhone and switched my iPad order to verizon from AT&T because of their slow LTE rollout plans and useless 250 MB data plan. I will consider verizon for my next iPhone as well if AT&T doesn't make some major changes. I know AT&T is the better option for some people due to their location and/or unlimited sims, but I think we will start seeing a major swing in the numbers of iDevices on each network.