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Verizon brings its 4G LTE network to 33 new markets, now reaches over 300
The 4G LTE expansion for the country’s top carrier continues, as Verizon Wireless brings its ultra-high speed Internet connection to 33 new markets. The Big Red is now pretty close in reaching its goal of covering 400 markets by the end of the year. For those keeping counts, Verizon’s 4G LTE is now available in 337 markets.
The newest additions to Verizon’s LTE network are:
- El Dorado/Magnolia and Russellville, Ark.;
- New London County, Conn.;
- Fort Pierce/Vero Beach and Melbourne/Titusville, Fla.;
- Columbus and Rome, Ga.;
- Burley, Idaho;
- Mattoon, Ill.;
- Anderson and Muncie, Ind.;
- Manhattan/Junction City and McPherson, Kan.;
- Lafayette/New Iberia, La.;
- St. Joseph, Mo.;
- Bozeman/Livingston, Kalispell and Missoula, Mont.;
- Goldsboro/Kinston, Roanoke Rapids and Rocky Mount/Wilson, N.C.;
- Zanesville, Ohio;
- Meadville and Punxsutawney/DuBois/Clearfield, Pa.;
- Orangeburg, S.C.;
- Sherman/Denison, Texas;
- Cedar City and Logan, Utah;
- Rutland/Bennington, Vt.;
- Lynchburg and Winchester, Va.;
- Bellingham, Wash.;
- Beckley, W.Va.
The carrier is on a roll, as it brings 4G LTE speed to more customers in the following existing 32 markets:
- Mobile, Ala.;
- Los Angeles, San Diego and San Francisco, Calif.;
- Washington, D.C.;
- Fort Lauderdale, Miami and Sarasota/Bradenton, Fla.;
- Hilo, Honolulu and Kahului/Wailuku/Maui County, Hawaii;
- Blackfoot/Idaho Falls/Rexburg, Idaho;
- Peoria, Ill.;
- Indianapolis, Ind.;
- Wichita, Kan.;
- Baton Rouge, La.;
- Baltimore, Md.;
- Kansas City and Springfield, Mo.;
- Akron, Cleveland, Columbus and Toledo, Ohio;
- Allentown/Bethlehem, Harrisburg and Scranton/Wilkes Barre, Pa.;
- Columbia and Greenville/Spartanburg, S.C.;
- Provo/Orem and Salt Lake City/Ogden, Utah;
- Fredericksburg, Va.;
- Seattle, Wash.
Other wireless carriers in the U.S. are playing catch-up to Verizon’s 4G LTE stronghold, but the Big Red now has more 4G LTE coverage than the others combined.
Is your area covered by Verizon’s 4G network? Does it meet your need for speed?