Verizon to light up 4G LTE in more markets in Oregon, Washington, and others

by: Bams SadewoDecember 14, 2012


Having completed its 4G LTE goal for 2012 early, Verizon is still aggressively expanding its mobile broadband network coverage in the U.S., as it announces more cities in the western and northwestern part of the country that will be blanketed with the carrier’s high-speed network.

If your area was overlooked the last time around, check the list below to see whether or not you’ll be getting the 4G LTE signal on your device come December 20, when the LTE network is expected to go live.

  • Lamar and LaJunta – Colorado
  • Price and Richfield – Utah
  • Jackson Hole, Teton Village, Kemmerer and Pinedale – Wyoming
  • Klamath Falls and Roseburg – Oregon
  • Kennewick, Pasco, and Richland – Washington
  • Port Angeles, Port Townsend and Sequim – Washington

With the addition of the new markets above, Verizon’s ubiquitous 4G LTE network has now reached 470 markets, with more cities possibly being added before the end of the year.