AT&T plans to launch its fourth-generation long-term evolution, or 4G LTE, wireless service in two additional Kansas markets this summer.
The telecommunications giant said in separate news releases this week that it will bring the service to Manhattan and Topeka.
The releases didn’t give specific dates.
The company first launched 4G LTE in the state in Kansas City in November 2011. Wichita received it last July. And in February the company launched the service in Lawrence.
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Nationally, the company said it will have the service launched in at least 250 markets by the end of summer.