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Verizon 4G LTE Markets Expand in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts

If you live in any of the below mentioned cities, you might have noticed a shiny new 4G LTE logo in your notification bar. Verizon has continued to their push to cover the nation with their super fast 4G network, expanding by the minute. Parts of Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts are getting lit up as we type this. Here is the full list of new 4G LTE markets in the US:

  • Henniker, New Hampshire
  • Canton, Ohio
  • Youngstown And Warren, Ohio
  • Northern Cambria County, Pennsylvania
  • Erie, Pennsylvania
  • Somerset, Pennsylvania
  • New Castle; Pennsylvania
  • Oil City, Pennsylvania
  • Franklin, Pennsylvania
  • Clarion, Pennsylvania
  • Barnesboro, Pennsylvania
  • Bucyrus, Ohio
  • Lima, Ohio
  • Defiance, Ohio
  • Toledo, Ohio
  • Ashtabula, Ohio
  • Mansfield, Ohio
  • Lunenburg, Massachusetts

Update: We would like to clarify that these cities will be receiving 4G LTE or will be having their 4G LTE area expanded starting May 17 or later.

Do we have any happy new 4G LTE users?

Cheers Brandon!

  • insty

    Marion ohio gotz 4g…what what!

  • insty

    Marion ohio now has 4g what what!

  • steve

    Marion ohio needs some verizon love! :(

    • cjlee89

      I noticed excellent 4G today!

  • !

    Lancaster PA has had LTE for at least a month, I have been thru Lancaster a few times and noticed it, I’ll have to do a speed test next time I’m there.

  • http://www.ashevilletechnologyservices.com Dan Brown

    Go Steelers!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/billyNOTnice Billy Gladfelter

    Huntingdon, PA still in the dark ages without 4G LTE :(

  • Joe Fischer

    Expanded here in Erie, PA, but haven’t noticed too much of a difference yet.

  • bj291

    Also, add to that list Easton, MD went live yesterday!!!

  • hthomase

    Conway SC now has 4G LTE!!! About time!!

  • Superguy

    Somerset PA was already lit. I was driving thru the area on Saturday with my Rezound and had a 4G signal.

  • zerocool79346

    Still not sure how Amarillo (a huge hub of I-40) and the 3rd most populous college campus in Texas (Tech) doesn’t have it, but places like Dodge City, KS do. Makes zero sense.

  • Anthony

    Well the fact that I live 30 minutes from Cleveland and am 2 minutes from a 4G tower and I don’t get 4G, or 3G, I am a pretty pissed off customer… Does anyone know if the Galaxy Nexus’s that were sold at launch have had secret hardware improvements for the radios that they never mentioned because I am going to bring mine back soon if this keeps up…

  • http://twitter.com/bkrickles Brian Rickles

    How about Suffolk County, NY?
    Half of Long Island doesn’t have 4g lte.
    That is a total crime

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=658848131 Jimi Mack

      4G is now available in Bayshore, Center Moriches and Riverhead as trials, It will eventually open to the entire county.

  • Jeremy

    Franklin PA has 4g but not Sharon/Hermitage area….are you serious!!!!!!!!

    • Evan Knofsky

      Checking in from hermitage, i want some 4g.

      • Camphill

        I’m in Robinson. The 4G here sucks. You’re not missing much.

  • http://www.facebook.com/david.groot David Groot

    Oh yeah! Oil City/Franklin area here! I was shocked when I saw it light up a couple weeks ago. We’re the definition of the boonies, I figured we wouldn’t see 4G here til Big Red was rolling out 6G to everyone else! Lol! Way to go Verizon!

  • MattSweeden

    No mention of 4G in Vermont yet? I’m using it right now in Rutland. Friend told me about it, figured it wasnt official though as its not quite up to par with the other 4G spots in NY

  • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/PP2KC2NKYXJ5AUNAJWRZTBRPUA Matty G

    What Kellex, the one new market in NH wasn’t good enough for a headline mention? Poor NH

    • AnotherAndroidKid

      I just spent the weekend in Portsmouth NH with only 3G. It wasn’t painful, but it wasn’t very nice.

  • PyroHoltz

    I must commend Big Red here, they’re just killing the competition when it comes to opening up new LTE markets.

    Well done.

  • ATBvsBFZ

    No new VZW LTE users along the CT shoreline – need to get on AT&T for that.

  • http://www.facebook.com/hookahlogic Mike Waldon

    always been happy with my 4g in tiffin,ohio

  • CJLee89

    No Marion, Ohio!?!?!?!? They even got Bucyrus which is 15 minutes North! -.-

    • Cjlee89

      I may add…Bucyrus is small compared to Marion!

  • http://twitter.com/temporalshadows Jim Morris

    Sweet, looks like the Lima, OH market covers Van Wert, OH as well (according to VZW’s coverage map). The next time I go visit relatives there I’ll have LTE goodness!

    • Greg Simpson was a beast

      Beantown 4g Swag on discus

  • http://twitter.com/Justinwrites Justin True Anderson

    I just wish they’d hurry up and connect my area so the 3G will work again. You have to Lion King your way around to find a damn signal lately.

  • biker bill

    Surrounding me and.my.city.has it.
    But i cant get it in my house . So maybe with it all sround me.the signal will be string.enough to push it in my house .. i get the symbol but ut wont do anything . As soon as i go diwn the street i get it . Part of living aling.the lake i guess . They cant put a tower on the lake .

  • https://plus.google.com/110773438514346746273/ tjhrulz

    Erie PA already had 4G, although the distance it covers is farther.

    • Michael

      That’s what I was gonna say…

      We were actually one of the first markets to get it, I think. Still have no idea why, but I’m not complaining.

      • https://plus.google.com/110773438514346746273/ tjhrulz

        We actually were unofficially in the first group, we were the testing area for a rural far spread environment. I know because my grandpa was part of the testing group and he had a 4G LTE wireless device from Verizon before it launched.

    • Joe Fischer

      Yes we were one of the first. They launched in 30 major cities then Erie was in the second batch. This is the second expansion we have seen here and I still don’t get 4G in my family room. :(

      • https://plus.google.com/110773438514346746273/ tjhrulz

        I do and have for a while :P

  • dquicknc

    By the time my hometown gets 4G LTE, Verizon will be the nation’s largest “5G Super LTE” provider.

    • http://www.facebook.com/billyNOTnice Billy Gladfelter

      That’s how I feel man… Sucks that I can’t even take advantage of a 4G phone. Verizon should be giving out discounts for people who they can’t cover with 4G :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/jetsaredim Jared Greenwald

    Damn – I’m located about 10 miles outside of the 4G extended map for my area. Lets get some more MA expansions, please. :)

    • WAldenIV

      I’ve lived in Mass my entire life and never heard of Lunenburg. They should have said Fitchburg instead. Where in Mass doesn’t have 4G yet?

      • TMadd8

        Fitchburg/Leominster area has it

      • XIII

        North Shore/Cape Ann doesn’t have it yet either…stops in Salem/Beverly.

      • http://www.facebook.com/jetsaredim Jared Greenwald

        I’m in Uxbridge which is dead south of Worcester right on the RI border and the 4G coverage stops about two towns east and 4 towns north. There’s even a town that’s a black hole for 3G service around here too.

  • John Jenness

    Henniker? I live in NH that just doesn’t seem right.

    • Ace Boogie

      im thinking the same thing. seacoast needs lte love too.

  • DGKLOSE

    North Myrtle Beach has 4G too!!!

    • sgtguthrie

      Awesome! I’ll be there soon!

  • Frank Urbanski

    I know how some of you feel. I live in Collegeville, PA. I can go 20 minutes north or south and get 4G, but nothing for where I am :(

    • Butters619

      I can drive 2 minutes from my home in any direction and get AT&T LTE (accept west because that would put me in the ocean). But my home area is dead spot from some reason.

    • bigdav1178

      It’s nice to see Pennsylvania getting some attention, but it would be even better if we’d see some love for the southeastern part of the state (excluding Philly and immediate suburbs) for a change. I live outside of Reading, and you have to drive at least 30-45 minutes in any direction to find a trace of LTE. How they can overlook huge swaths of highly populated areas, and instead deploy to self-descibed “boonies” is beyond me. At least in Collegeville, you shouldn’t have to go far to the east to get LTE; you’re supposed to be close to the line for coverage.

  • kaufkin

    I would note that as much as the Flatlanders might pretend otherwise, NH is NOT part of MA. :-)

    • http://dasalehaus.wordpress.com/ Enzy

      Damn flatties.

  • http://www.facebook.com/5.second.minute Kit Tihonovich

    I love that a town 30 minutes north of where I live has had 4G since inception.
    They then moved north.
    Covering the smallest towns in colorado.

    Oh no.
    Don’t move a centimeter south.
    Please Verizon.
    Cover my town already.

    And here I though I’d be coming up soon with such close coverage from the beginning.

  • http://twitter.com/spdivr1122 Stephen

    4glte is never going to bloomsburg pa. i give up

  • cswin72

    i was in Boaz, Alabama (about 20 minutes outside of Gadsden, which is about one hour north of Birmingham) Saturday and was getting “4G” – speed test resulted in 20.3 MB/s down and 11.96 MB/s up. Gadsden isn’t getting any LTE love yet however ….i know this is no where near the reported “new markets” but i’ve not seen this location mentioned in any of the previous verizon LTE posts.

  • Bjcroteau

    Oh lynchburg VA where are you?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Randy-Schweer/100000785641834 Randy Schweer

    Finally some love here in Toledo! We have needed the expansions for a while now.

  • Taylor Smith

    I’d love for them to throw up a 4G zone in southern RI. You know, to get the OTHER half of the state that their ‘Providence’ market doesn’t cover.

  • Stephen D

    Awesome, now I’ll have 4G when I go to Erie.

  • http://twitter.com/AaronLasley Aaron Lasley

    Still no more love for CA.

  • Bigsike

    O-H!!

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Randy-Schweer/100000785641834 Randy Schweer

      I-O!!!

      • ImSpartacus

        Woot woot, Buckeyes represent!

    • sc4fpse

      N-O.

  • Jarred Sutherland

    I know they finally expanded their LTE coverage into Amelia (Ohio) CLOSE to what their coverage map states we should have.