It has been a few weeks since we last heard anything from AT&T in terms of their 4G LTE network roll-out, however as of today we have a bit of good news for those in Arkansas and Texas. Well, for those in select cities of those states. Beginning first with Texas, AT&T has flipped the 4G LTE switch for those in Waco. Shifting over to Arkansas and we learn of a bit more coverage going live. Those in Fayetteville, Springdale, Rogers and Bentonville as well as a “number of surrounding communities” will now have some faster mobile browsing speeds available — provided they have a 4G LTE capable device. Needless to say, now seems like a good time for anyone in these areas to consider a 4G LTE device once their upgrade date comes available. In terms of those devices, just to name a few, AT&T currently has the Motorola ATRIX HD, Samsung Galaxy Note, HTC One X and Nokia Lumia 900 in terms of smartphones and the Pantech Element in terms of tablets.