AT&T and Verizon are launching their 4G LTE hotspot network in Atlanta, and the first customers will get the new technology this fall.
The Atlanta suburb of Atlanta will be the first city to have the network, which will cost $69.95 a month.
The service will be available to consumers with an AT&E account.
The Atlanta-based company also is rolling out 4G Internet service in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
AT&Ts 4G network will connect to AT&Es nationwide network, allowing consumers to access Internet speeds of up to 1 gigabit per second.
AT&T is the largest wireless provider in the U.S. and has more than 200 million customers.
Verizon has about 400 million subscribers and is the second-largest U. S. wireless provider.
Verizon also plans to add 3G and 4G wireless networks.
Verizon said that the service will connect with existing AT&es 4G modem.
“Today we’re announcing a major new partnership with AT&t, the nation’s largest wireless carrier,” AT&ts general manager for customer experience and technology Paul Mariani said in a statement.
“We are proud to bring 4G to Atlanta.
We’re bringing our customers high-speed wireless Internet to areas that have historically been unserved by our 4G networks.”
AT&G will deploy 4G-enabled smartphones in the Atlanta metro area and a new 4G tablet to the U-verse brand.
The company said it is the first U. TheAT&t will offer four speeds of speeds of 1 gigabyte per second and 3 gigabytes per second for the new hotspot.