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Verizon’s Initial 2011 4G LTE Market Cities

During all of Verizon’s 4G LTE device madness, they walked through their plans for rolling out their new network to the rest of the country.  By the end of 2011, they are expecting to be in at least 140 markets and covering 2/3 of the U.S. once 2013 finishes up.  The overall goal is to have 4G LTE access in every single spot that they currently offer 3G service in.  Sounds brilliant, right?  Well other than the 38 cities that are currently offered, what can we expect in 2011?  If they plan to hit 140, they need to get going, right?

Here is the list of cities expected to see an initial push…  

Huntsville, Alabama
Mobile, Alabama
Montgomery, Alabama
Little Rock, Arkansas
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Gainesville, Florida
Lakeland-Winter Haven, Florida
Pensacola, Florida
Sarasota-Bradenton, Florida
Tallahassee, Florida
Augusta, Georgia
Honolulu, Hawaii
Kahului-Wailuku, Hawaii
Lahaina, Hawaii
Boise-Nampa, Idaho
Carbondale-Marion, Illinois
Wichita, Kansas
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Hammond, Louisiana
Detroit, Michigan
Flint, Michigan
Fayetteville-Lumberton, North Carolina
Greensboro-Winston-Salem-High Point, North Carolina
Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina
Wilmington, North Carolina
Dayton-Springfield, Ohio
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Erie, Pennsylvania
State College, Pennsylvania
Charleston, South Carolina
Columbia, South Carolina
Greenville-Spartanburg, South Carolina
Hilton Head, South Carolina
Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Chattanooga, Tennessee
Clarksville, Tennessee
Cleveland, Tennessee
Kingsport, Tennessee; Johnson City, Tennessee; Bristol, Virginia/Tennessee
Knoxville, Tennessee
Memphis, Tennessee
Beaumont-Port Arthur, Texas
Bryan-College Station, Texas
Provo-Orem, Utah
Salt Lake City-Ogden, Utah
Centralia, Washington
Olympia, Washington
Charleston, West Virginia
Madison, Wisconsin
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

That’s an additional 49 cities that will go live in the first part of the year and will be able to take advantage of some of the new devices like the HTC Thunderbolt and DROID BIONIC.  No Oregon though, eh?  I guess my Thunderbolt will be just as awesome in 3G.

Anyone seeing their city on the list?

Cheers Ian!

  • Ashrafi_h

    Today Morning My Thunderbolt shows 4G in Salem VA, 10/14/2011

  • Mski77

    Come to Montana!!! Bozeman would be awesome!

  • Tedbelt

    The coverage area is a joke for 4 G.  It’s absolutely stupid.  I bought a Thunderbolt phone last Spring and was assured 4G service in the Kansas City market by June then it was September and who know when.  It’s October 1st.  Liars and misinformers. There should be some kind of federal penalty since the feds regulate so much of the market with cel companies. I don’t like the government involved in any of it but they already regulate it.  

  • Linda

    Verizon 4G is live as of this morning (at least for the past hour) in downtown Richmond, VA.

  • Dunner10

    Birmingham doesn,t get 4g because its population is moving to its suburbs making it harder to cover.

  • Wmayo444

    Why nothing in VA????? (except Briston TN border and Washing DC border). NOTHING! NC will have 14 major areas shortly and even with projections by END of 2011 still NOTHING in VA!!! What is this all about?????

  •  when will Verizon allow the Xoom to be sent back to be upgraded to 4 G?  When is 4 G coming to Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill?

  •  when will Verizon let people send back the Xoom’s to be upgraded to 4g?

  • Brenton

    Anybody getting 4g in Greensboro, nc today…….

  • Drbenterprises

    wWhy is Cleveland, TN in the 4G zone and not a city as large as Kansas City? This is crap Verizon… Crap!

  • Pandorawa

    Centralia and Olympia Washington but not Seattle, Tacoma or Everett Washington That is just stupid.

  • Dafrewaldt

    Was surprised to see Sioux Falls made the list. My Thunderbolt will be happy! Hope to hear more soon on when to expect the new networks to go live!

  • Gillario

    What about the other 29,900 cities in the U.S.A.??? At this rate, we will all have 4g LTE in about a thousand years! That’s great!

  • Huntsville AL right on top!

  • air2352

    Finally something i will like about living in gainesville florida!!!

  • Beaumont! WOO!
    though, i’m still not even considering a 4G phone until i see the pricing.

  • Jake

    They should at least do every state capital city. Des Moines Iowa!!!

  • Still no Richmond VA???

  • Still no Richmond VA???

  • Look4LTE

    WHAT, no TUCSON, ARIZONA?? COME ON Verizon, we are only 100 miles from Phoenix and almost as large. Hook a Brotha UP!!

  • Jon

    Wow, Wilmington’s on here. 3G took forever to get out here. I’m surprised we’re up here so early. And hopefully I’ll be in Raleigh/Durham for law school by the end of the year. Perfect timing there too

  • Tristan

    State College, PA!! WE ARE PENN STATE!!

  • hanson86

    According to a map I seen looks like maine may possibly be gettin some 4g love?

  • Lilfoster1992

    MOBILE AL. YES!!!!!!

  • Paul M Romano

    Dallas is not on the list but it is marked as a 4G market on the map???

  • Mr. Sippi

    No MISSISSIPPI!!??!!??!!?? Us needed servicey two!!! Why no us?? Juuussst kidding. But seriously, no MS. Hammond, LA has it for crying out loud. This sucks. We finally abolish slavery, well sort of, and now this. I’m going back to masters house, he always would treat me well, well sort of, minus the beatings.

  • Shawapinto

    Can someone ask how is the state of Ohio getting four cities to start the lte and NY having only two?

  • TKE

    No New Jersey? What gives?

    • chrispy1024

      The New York Metro Area from Bergen County, Passaic County (Paterson, Clifton, Passaic area) Hudson County, Essex County and all the way down to parts of Monmouth county will be lit up as well as the Camden area

  • Anonymous

    What no Kihei/Wailea? That’s where a lot of 4g users will be on Maui.

  • Duke69111

    Hell Yea. The ICT (Wichita) finally gets some love for once.

  • C5467

    That kinda piss me off. No Oregon?! At least in Portland. Come on!! Well, I will stay with Sprint and hope they keep expanding the 4G WIMAX.

  • Alvin B.

    Gee, Beaumont is on the list. T-Mobile hasn’t bothered to get 3G going above 500kbps here. Maybe this will kick them in the keister?

  • Nbjbj

    tinyurl.com/2bk3gkl

  • Nbjbj

    tinyurl.com/2bk3gkl

  • Vbchguy87

    Won’t be able to upgrade till september but I’m moving to wilmington,nc soon. I hope that 4G lights up before september so I can use the LTE when I upgrade.

  • Vbchguy87

    Won’t be able to upgrade till september but I’m moving to wilmington,nc soon. I hope that 4G lights up before september so I can use the LTE when I upgrade.

  • Anonymous-x

    Was just told to check back in 2 1/2 weeks by Red, hint, hint…:)

  • Cuz97

    Eff YAH Kahului HAWAII is IN THERE WOOT!!!!!!!!!! VZW FTW

  • Anonymous-x

    OK so what phone is next after my X to use with this monster network???

  • Anonymous

    Am I blind or, is New York City not on that list? Ooops, forgot we got 4G on December 5, 2010! BTFW, how does Hammond, Louisiana, get 4G before the entire lovely state of Oregon? Has anyone ever driven through Hammond? It’s like part of the Louisiana Hurricane Evacuation route; 6-minute tops drive through; I would light up Metairie before Hammond.

    ‘Can you hear me now?’

  • Anonymous

    Looking at the initial roll out cities, being polite I doubt those will stress the system.

  • Anonymous

    Looking at the initial roll out cities, being polite I doubt those will stress the system.

  • Anonymous

    Looking at the initial roll out cities, being polite I doubt those will stress the system.

  • Anonymous

    Looking at the initial roll out cities, being polite I doubt those will stress the system.

  • Anonymous

    Looking at the initial roll out cities, being polite I doubt those will stress the system.

  • Anonymous

    Looking at the initial roll out cities, being polite I doubt those will stress the system.

    • Anonymous

      The initial rollout cities were on Dec.5. They are 38 of the largest markets. Fyi, markets are large areas, not just the core city.

  • Anonymous

    What’s up Little Rock?! Jump on it!

  • Orem, Utah! Yeah!!!

  • Mikeyoungbloood84

    I really think I’m warranted in saying WTF NO AUSTIN? Srsly. We build your chipsets!

  • Jawshua

    Yeah I’m in Cincinnati so that is covered by adding Springfield I think. But I still have to wait a while for my stupid renew period, I can’t remember when it is, but I got my DROIDX when it first came out.

  • Sjmupj

    Erie PA but no Harrisburg PA? Come on man . . .

  • Anonymous

    Dude this really makes a lot of sense I like it.

    http://www.being-anon.it.tc

  • Where the hell is Portland Kellex?

  • Iphone4

    Well it’s not west of Boston Massachusetts so I don’t care

  • Cbaxter82

    Sioux Falls SD, whoohooo!!!!

  • Googlybear

    They promised 2/3 of the population by then, which is different than 2/3 of the country.

  • Anonymous

    I’m kinda mad that it won’t be available in Kansas City. Verizon is the only one who won’t have 4G here in Kansas City, if you consider HSPA+ a 4G network. But, my Verizon coverage sucks in KC, I could switch whenever.

  • Petergreco2

    What is the top speed of LTE that verizon is advertising?

  • Mdn5024

    State college, pa made the last!!

  • No Kentucky? Not even Louisville?

  • Anonymous

    I’ve had 4g coverage since launch but no 4g phone to take advantage. :[

  • pumahh

    yep, I’m all set with the West Coast and East coast for the areas that I live and travel…thanks VZW! Just bust out the Bolt or Bionic and we’re all good!

  • Anonymous

    Bristol, VA but not Richmond??? Really????

  • Wrfwertf25
  • Djiss

    Augusta, ga but not atlanta? That was a dumbass decision, there’s about 10,000 more customers in Atlanta….

    • Look

      you must be stupid, because the Atl is already covered and one of the largest areas covered.

  • *sigh* just another sign that i need to get out of jersey

    • Anonymous

      Areas in NJ are affected by Philadelphia and New York City 4G. For some reason Edison NJ has 4G coverage, for instance. Verizon/Bell Atlantic, headquartered in NJ, is not going to forget about us.

  • Anonymous

    tinyurl.com/2c7p8hm

  • Hohonolu808

    Honolulu

    Chee hooo

  • Toriano

    Ok Indianapolis gets no love dam yall at least do the capital cities first!!!!!

  • Ttezt

    Charlotte is only one of a few cities in NC that even make a blip on the radar and they snubbed it for now. Sprint has excellent 4G coverage in Charlotte. Ghey.

    • Djiss

      Ya and they picked Greensboro? I think there’s like 10 inbred red necks that live there

      • J188

        You already have it in Charlotte! It was one of the first 38 cities. Try reading. And I’m from Greensboro.

        • Anonymous

          So you’re an inbred redneck? 😛

  • kawika

    yesss, please bring 4g to hawaii

  • Wes

    Portland Oregon?!

  • Kerry Balfour

    How stupid that Oregon isn’t going to get it. But BFE Centralia Wa will get it?

  • Anonymous

    No Iraq?

  • Joker

    no Buffaloi but rochestor wtf

  • Anonymous

    Wait so is columbus Ohio getting 4G. .?

  • El Paso, TX NOT THERE. No worries.

  • J_rocca42

    Olympia, WA baby! Getting a Verizon 4g phone asap!

  • El El Kool J

    Keep in mind that if you live near one of those cities maybe up to 40-60 miles away you could be part if that market..so hence you have 4G coverage.. Your welcome.. 😛

  • No Buffalo, huh? The Queen City gets no love. . .Just as well, I probably can’t afford it anyway.

  • dersnuka

    Wow…my town of Sioux Falls, SD will have 4G before Nebraska, Iowa, Montana, Wyoming and North Dakota. I love my DX, but I don’t know how long i’ll be able to wait before getting a BIONIC.

  • i am fake jesus

    fayetteville nc!!!! score, now where are the 4g phones?

  • Anonymous

    Why do some states (fl and oh) have like six, while the whole north west only has one? Here in new brunswick,nj we apparently have 4g coverage.

  • Anonymous

    Why do some states (fl and oh) have like six, while the whole north west only has one? Here in new brunswick,nj we apparently have 4g coverage.

  • Anonymous

    Why do some states (fl and oh) have like six, while the whole north west only has one? Here in new brunswick,nj we apparently have 4g coverage.

  • Godsmack97023

    How can they leave Portland metro area out?

    • Nick

      I have no idea. We are a top 25 market, yet there are nearly 90 markets ahead of us. I asked a Verizon LTE rep about this (I work for a local business journal) and she had no good answer for me.

  • Odude316

    How come no Birmingham, Al , but have Mobile, Huntsville, an Montgomery.

    • Sam

      I know, right? Huntsville before Birmingham? Seriously?
      Birmingham is the largest city in Alabama with 242,000 people, followed by Montgomery then Mobile. Huntsville lags in fourth with only 158,000 yet still gets 4G before Birmingham. Makes no sense, VZ.
      Even if you want to use Nasa to justify Huntsville, you still could have upgraded us instead of Mobile. Its just full of a bunch of aging snowbirds who wouldn’t know what to do with 4G if it bit ’em.

    • Sam

      I know, right? Huntsville before Birmingham? Seriously?
      Birmingham is the largest city in Alabama with 242,000 people, followed by Montgomery then Mobile. Huntsville lags in fourth with only 158,000 yet still gets 4G before Birmingham. Makes no sense, VZ.
      Even if you want to use Nasa to justify Huntsville, you still could have upgraded us instead of Mobile. Its just full of a bunch of aging snowbirds who wouldn’t know what to do with 4G if it bit ’em.

  • DROID_DIZZY

    Come on San Bernardino, California. I need some 4G loving other than Los Angeles California.

  • Anonymous

    What, not Bloomer, WI (population 3,157)???

    I’m not holding my breath for LTE. I live two hours from Minneapolis, 4 hours from Milwaukee, and 6 hours from Chicago. It’s a miracle that I even have 3G.

  • Hungry Bruh

    I’m surprised my small city of Gainesville, Florida, is going to get 4G. I guess it’s only right to put it in a huge college town where there are many tech-savvy kids. I went to Miami for the holidays, and they already have 4G down there.

  • Creativecatalyst1

    None of the 8 major markets? Who cares! my contract is not due till end of 2012 anyhow.

  • Gilgamesh1082

    Add Bossier City, Louisiana to that list. We’ve been experiencing a lot of issues with Verizon’s towers dropping us to the 1x network. When asked about it, Verizon customer service replied back that they were in the process of adding 4G capabilities to their towers in our area for an expected rollout of June.

    • Anonymous

      I wonder if that’s why my phone has been dropping down to 1x alot, here in Tampa

    • Oh man! If that’s an indicator of an imminent 4G rollout, then I’m lovin’ it. I mean, I’m rulin’ it. The air that is.

  • NORTH CAROLINA, COME ON AND RAISE UP, TAKE YOUR SHIRT OFF AND TWIST IT AROUND YOUR HEAD LIKE A HELICOPTER!!

    • i am fake jesus

      this ones for us, us, us
      who am i, petey pablo mother fucka

  • Anonymous

    Flint, MI

    Yesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyes.

  • Anonymous

    Already covered here in SF. Now Verizon just needs to release some 4G phones so I can actually use it.

  • Anonymous

    Do people not see the BRIGHT PINK LINK that states 38 CITIES THAT ARE CURRENTLY OFFERED? JHC people, read the entire post!

  • ike

    No Cali? Really?

    • Anonymous

      No NY either, BS!

    • Anonymous

      Maybe it’s cause most of Cali already has 4G deploy.

  • Anonymous

    LOL. For all you big city dwellers, I am from Sioux Falls, SD, a 150,000 person market, and we are on the list. Woo hoo!

  • Booboolala2000

    Yeah, no Portland? Moving from Pensacola to Portland this June. Agreed Thunderbolt will be nice and unlocked ready to rock 4g when it comes.

  • Anonymous

    Pensacola’s on there!! Woo hoo!! Maybe my wife will donate her upgrade to me?! Lol!!

    • Booboolala2000

      You can go to Android Central and thank Phil for that. Don’t know why they ain’t showing Kellex any love.

  • Cjay1019

    Wheres Buffalo

  • Viper76269

    why don’t you guys just go to verizonwireless.com and look at the coverage map

  • Rachel

    Erie,PA let’s go! Can’t wait for that Bionic!

  • Anonymous

    Sarasota-Bradenton, yaaaaay!

  • angermeans

    Yes!!!! Salt lake city here we come now when I get my tbolt (and later the bionic) I won’t have to go hang out at the airport to play with 4G

  • Jkoobers

    So in 2011 3 cities in Hawaii get 4G as well as Flint, MI and yet the Phoenix airport remains the only place in the entire state of Arizona to get it? It looks like all the love is going to Tennessee.

  • Arthur2142

    How can most of Oregon be covered on this map if there are no cities in Oregon mentioned in the roll-out? Is this their projected 2013 map, or did they accidentally omit one of the top 50 markets in the country from this list (Portland, OR)?

    • Arthur2142

      Nevermind…I was looking at the Red 3G coverage map…I discovered this after zooming in on the image.

    • Arthur2142

      Nevermind…I was looking at the Red 3G coverage map…I discovered this after zooming in on the image.

      • Godsmack97023

        Its ok I was wondering the same thing hahah

  • Stevo760

    How the hell can san diego and new york not be on this list???? They must have put all the citys in a hat got drunk then picked the citys… dushbags man

    • Anonymous

      Check the map. New York and San Diego already have 4G.

  • Graywolfscv

    On the list. Can’t wait!

  • dannyjedi

    Awesome!
    Now if I could only get 3G on my DX at my house, work, and other places in Los Angeles it would be great!

  • Anonymous

    Another reason why I dont need to upgrade. no 4G in my area….

  • Anonymous

    No new York? WHY?! 🙁

    • 1ofdakoolkidz

      It’s already in NY, that was one of the first 38. These are 49 additional for a grand total of 87.

      • Legoturtle92

        But no NJ (,T.T),

        • Anonymous

          Most of Nj has 4G LTE coverage already.

  • Traviswaller7976

    Trust me they are pushing very hard. I am a GC for VZW and they are full throttle.

    • Anonymous

      Is this why my phone is bouncing between 1x and 3g, alot lately in Tampa. Its happening significantly more in this past month

  • BHDave10

    Hammond, LA hell yea!

    • Booboolala2000

      No offence, but I hope all twelve of you enjoy. Lol

  • DP

    Columbus is lit up on the map but not listed.

  • Eric Richardson97

    Richmond VA needs some love.

  • indianapolis is one of the original cities getting it. Confirmed by verizon. Why is it not listed?

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for skipping over Virginia, [email protected] you Verizon

  • Two comments:

    1 – No Providence RI? Seems like a lot of densely-populated area between Boston and NYC without 4G coverage. I live dead between Boston and Providence and the official word is that there is no 4G coverage here.

    2 – Maybe they should add some more Tennessee markets?

    • I would think Providence would be covered with Boston, being that the New England Patriots are an NFL team and they reside half-way between the two cities. I haven’t read anything one way or the other though.

      • jothen2002

        Yeah go pats

    • Anonymous

      Yeah thought it a bit backwoods that Tennessee has like a ¼ of the list to themselves…really??

      • Beachbum4ever

        Backwoods? Come on dude. Tennessee is probably the biggest verizon state in the country. Trust me i’ve seen the numbers I work at verizon.

  • lobbydizzle

    Yeah State College! Getting on the list with only a 40,000 person population! (100,000 when school’s in session)

  • Someguynamedg

    Could use some love in PDX.

  • Allaroundglobe

    Nothing in Connecticut, maybe I will be able to pick up a signal off of NYC 4G? Or maybe Boston? 🙁

    • Thetechqb

      they should definitely have at least 1 city in CT with 4G. They should take 1 away from Hawaii or something.

  • well my capital is in there which is only an hour away. im there a lot so ill be able to try it out.

  • Sillygirl71

    Charleston SC in da house!!! WHOO HOOO!

  • Zach

    No California? 😐

  • Anonymous

    I don’t see my city on that list. But i did see a dot on my city at Verizon’s CES event. So i’m probably getting it in the second half of 2011!

  • Anonymous

    What? not available in my Harare, Zimbabwe?!
    Thats my village!!

  • Anonymous

    What? not available in my Harare, Zimbabwe?!
    Thats my village!!

    • Seeing my city on there was the greatest feeling i have ever felt

      • Anonymous

        Is it Tennessee? Seems like Tennessee got a lot of special attention for some reason…

        • Beachbum4ever

          Cleveland, Chattanooga and Knoxville, TN are Verizon havens. They really have minimal competition in these areas. I live between Cleveland and Knoxville and EVERYONE is Verizon. Hoping I will pickup on the 4g as I am only 30 miles from each.

  • Anonymous

    Woohoo Sioux Falls, SD!

  • Anonymous

    Woohoo Sioux Falls, SD!

  • ss2

    So they must be focusing on rural first, trying to get people who might not have broadband. Then they will move in to the areas where people actually live. Otherwise, they would be doing a lot more work in NY/NJ and CA.

    • Anonymous

      I think that it also depends on Verizon’s dominance in certain areas. For instance, my town – Sioux Falls, SD – is on the list presumably because AT&T doesn’t exist here and EVERYONE for miles around carries a Verizon phone. That makes it a bigger market than it might seem.

  • Yoitsbry

    Being added*, and 38 cities

  • Jw

    When I was watching I remember seeing Albany,NY listed. It may be a city released the later 2nd half of the year but I thought I would mention they did have the capital of NY state on their list 🙂

    • jw

      To add on to my comment (should have added this) there are more cities that are to be added in 2011 that are not listed so your city may be one of them.

  • Yoitsbry

    That list is a list of additional cities bring added. There are about 38k cities that are already 4G

    • Anonymous

      Yes we know. 🙂

  • Woo

    Damn, no luck for New Jersey anytime soon huh?

  • Woo

    Damn, no luck for New Jersey anytime soon huh?

    • Anonymous

      You think NJ would be covered since thats where there big corporate headquarters are.

  • Tom

    No Richmond, VA? There are over a million people here, several universities, and several Fortune 500 companies.

    WiMax is here already

  • Tom

    No Richmond, VA? There are over a million people here, several universities, and several Fortune 500 companies.

    WiMax is here already

  • Jay Below

    Yeah, Dayton, OH!

    • Madcow06

      I about fainted when Dayton was on the list and not columbus, very sweet though!

      • coolbeans

        Columbus already has it!

  • John

    Where the eff is Nashville TN. Ya…why include the state freaking capital /s

    • It was in the intial 38 markets. Any city with an NFL franchise was.

  • Ables

    Why the hell do they want to go to the armpits of Michigan and avoid the growing cities?(e.g. Grand Rapids)

  • No california??!!

  • nate

    Somewhat related to acquaz10’s comment…

    Do you have any idea how far the coverage will stretch in each city? Will it make it into the suburbs?
    I live outside of Washington DC. Like most areas, the Washington area is much larger than what’s officially considered to be the district. I’m wondering if they will only cover the “official” areas of each city, or stretch it out to where most of us actually live.

    • Anonymous

      They’re saying Markets. Not cities. And so far they have included most suburbs. So i would guess you would be covered.

    • Anonymous

      I guess we’ll just have to wait and see. Basing it on the map, it looks like my town is covered, but thats no way to know for sure.

    • Souperavram

      You most likely already have 4G or else you aren’t a DC suburb. On the VA side it already stretches past Woodbridge, Manassas, and Reston. On the MD side it goes past Germantown, Olney, Andrews, Bowie, Annapolis meshing up to most of Howard County and the Baltimore beltway area. If you live in Leesburg or Frederick you are out of luck, but I wouldn’t really calls these DC suburbs.

    • It seems to extend outside the beltway a fair amount. Just enter your address on their coverage map and you can pan around to see where 4g extends to. http://network4g.verizonwireless.com/#/coverage

  • I can’t believe Indianapolis is not on the list.

    • Anonymous

      Indianapolis is already on it, it’s one of the initial few since they have a NFL team

      • Anonymous

        Except that it’s not, and neither is Buffalo, Green Bay, KC, or Detroit.

        • Bullet Tooth Tony

          Buffalo and Detroit are border cities… they gotta wait for Canada to shut down their analog broadcasts at the end of August this year before they even think about launching it in those markets.

      • That’s what they said, but they reneged on it. And there’s no mention of LTE in Indianapolis in 2011. So when the Superbowl comes to town in 2012, they are going to resort to WiFi hotspots. Lovely.

        • Tgunz317

          If the lockout happens next year Indy isnt gonna have the superbowl

    • gues

      Agreed, what is up with that?

  • No Connecticut 🙁

  • Anonymous

    Ok so Erie pennsylvania makes it but not pittsburgh. Wtf are they smoking.

    • Anonymous

      I thought Pittsburgh was already 4G?

      • Anonymous

        Might be, I sure hope so. Not that it matters ill have my DX for a while lol

  • Erie, Penn? Really? And not a more populous area like say where I live? WHATEVER VERIZON.

  • Colin

    No Norfolk, VA 🙁

    • Pastapapa50

      No Richmond, VA :(. No Virginia anywhere. What is wrong here?

      • Anonymous

        Exactly.

      • VA

        Actually, I see Bristol (where??), VA. That is out in the boonies..

    • Vbchguy87

      I agree very sad since I know hampton roads is a pretty big market for most carriers

    • Nyghtwolf

      VZ needs to speed up this transition and expand the list of places being upgraded and like the others I too am in shock that for a 2nd or 3rd time, Norfolk has not made the upgrade list AT ALL!!!

      Trust there is more than enough VZ customers in the area to justify the effort and please the customers and possibly draw more of the competitions customers away and to VZ like moths to a flame! Cmon, VZ…listen to your customers and place Norfolk in your sights today!

    • Abigail Franchi

      This is ridiculous!!! Some of these areas are in the sticks and Norfolk isn’t even a blip on the radar??? This is frustrating. Can we please get a small glimmer of hope it’ll be here soon

    • Abigail Franchi

      This is ridiculous!!! Some of these areas are in the sticks and Norfolk isn’t even a blip on the radar??? This is frustrating. Can we please get a small glimmer of hope it’ll be here soon

  • Anonymous

    Did not care about 4G…until this list came out….MY CITY IS ON THERE…..WOOOOHOOOO…….Pensacola, FL

  • Anonymous

    Even though they did a lot of testing in Mass, only Boston’s going to be covered? Thats disappointing? I’m in a suburb so I’m not sure if I’ll get 4G here. But they have a corporate office a few towns over, I’m sure that has 4G… Looks like they’re just covering rural areas.

    • Anonymous

      I know it’s disappointing..i live in the worcester county area and I hope I get lucky…

    • Anonymous

      I know it’s disappointing..i live in the worcester county area and I hope I get lucky…

      • Anonymous

        Yeah I live in worcester county too. Hoping we’re lucky!