Verizon 4G LTE coming to five new markets, expanded in some existing ones

by: Bogdan BeleApril 19, 2013

Verizon 4G LTE

The Verizon 4G LTE network continues to grow, coming to five new markets, as well as expanding in some of the existing ones.

The five new markets that get 4G LTE are, according to the carrier’s press release:

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  • El Centro, California
  • Fort Dodge, Iowa
  • Middlesboro/Harlan and Paducah, Kentucky
  • East Liverpool, Ohio


In a series of press releases, the company has also announced that the coverage of the Verizon 4G LTE network has been expanded in some of the existing markets, as follows:

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  • Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania
  • Bedford County, Pennsylvania
  • Cambridge And Senecaville, Ohio
  • Northwest Ohio
  • East Liverpool,Ohio


Verizon seems to be doing its best to achieve its plan of offering everyone in the U.S. 4G LTE by the middle of this year. With company CEO Lowell McAdam saying that half of the network’s traffic (and growing) is made up of video, this could only come in handy for Verizon subscribers.

Are you a Verizon subscriber? Is 4G LTE already available in your area?

  • Congrats Huntingdon County! (Thought we’ve had LTE for two months, it’s been recently fine tuned.)

  • Atchison, and Doniphan county KS has little to no Verizon coverage