We’re not sure when it happened, but Bell has added AT&T LTE to its roaming repertoire. The second-biggest US carrier famously worked out a reciprocal LTE roaming agreement with Rogers late last year, and it appears that Bell has worked out a similar deal.
According to Bell’s updated US roaming site, AT&T service can now be accessed on Band 4 and Band 17 LTE, meaning both AWS and 700Mhz-supported phones will find a signal. T-Mobile is also a partner, offering AWS-based 3G.
Bell still doesn’t have the best prices for US roaming, matching TELUS’s new plans but not quite competing with Rogers’ Roam Like Home deal, but it’s great to know that it has a leg up on TELUS in the speed department.