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Verizon to Light Up More 4G LTE Markets This Thursday, November 15

Everyone loves 4G LTE, so when Verizon begins to announce new cities that will get their speeds boosted, it’s always a happy day. Customers in some of the middle parts of America will start to see 4G LTE go live on Thursday, November 15 in the following areas:

  • Grand Junction, Colorado
  • Butte, Montana
  • Cody, Wyoming
  • Laramie, Wyoming
  • Rock Springs/Green River, Wyoming
  • Mt. Vernon, Illinois
  • Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri
  • Syracuse, Missouri
  • Tipton, Missouri
  • Otterville, Missouri
  • Smithton, Missouri
  • Eldon, Missouri
  • Etterville, Missouri
  • Holts Summit, Missouri
  • New Bloomfield, Missouri
  • Fulton, Missouri
  • Kingdom City, Missouri

Any of these new light ups going to affect you? If so, enjoy it!

Via: Verizon [2] [3] [4]

  • Ken

    4GLTE just got lit up in grand Junction Colorado!!!

  • John Mozelewski

    Mt Vernon I’ll has it since last weekend

  • rdoib

    What about my office building in DC, still stuck with 3G.

  • itznfb

    Congrats to all the new markets! You guys are going to love it :D

  • brando56894

    Still no love for South Jersey :(

  • SexciiP

    I give not one f.ck about the cities they’re activating.

    • Trolololol

      sort of how your daddy didn’t give one f.ck about you when your wanna be wankster ass was born.

  • DillonK

    Still not in Cape Girardeau, MO

    • michael arazan

      Barely 4g in St.Louis, MO. Average 12 mbps down and 5 up, you’re not missing out when it is almost the average of wifi. Even on the road to chicago from stl its mostly 3g and in chicago its spotty at best. They need to concentrate 4g towers in areas than just having the bare minimum. 7 lte towers for 800 sq miles and 2 million people sucks when lte towers only cover 4 sq miles and exponentially decreases the further you get from them.

  • woobaker

    still waiting for Phoenix to not suck. way spotty for the nations 6th largest city

    • Andromedo

      It is pretty bad here. Making it easy to dump VZW for the N4 on Solavei.

  • SeanBello

    should’ve just said “in Missouri!” lol

  • Jeremy Martin

    It is also opening up in Dubuque, Iowa on the same date. LTE has been on since the 8th but according to my local VZW store the grand unveiling for LTE is November 15th.

  • Go Hawkeyes

    I gotta give some praise to Verizon. There had been LTE coverage in my area for quite some time. I was able to get a strong signal in my office at work. My employer just finished building a new office building next door to consolidate people from all over town. Anyway, all of a sudden there were 600 more people everyday in a small area all competing to use that LTE. OK so probably not all of them but a lot. Someone in IT noticed and called Verizon. Within a week Verizon was on site and installed a nice new LTE node on top of the building. I get an even better signal than I was getting before.

    • btod

      I’ve had LTE for a while too and have been very impressed. My only complaint is, since I live really close to Kinnick stadiium, during Iowa home games my speed drops by at least 10 mbps.

      • Hunter

        Plus you have to be so close to sh*tty football, rough.

        • Go Hawkeyes

          Not that Iowa State is much better. Plus Iowa State girls are fat and ugly. :p

      • Go Hawkeyes

        That’s because everyone us busy tweeting during the game about how bad Ferentz needs to be fired.

        • btod

          amen to that!

  • Cute_Debby

    Verizon has such an amazing lead on LTE 4G in this country.
    I wonder why they are doing such much better than AT&T.

    • itznfb

      Because Verizon went straight to LTE. They didn’t waste everyone’s time upgrading their old infrastructure like everyone else.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=716789798 Lonnie Kerchief

        Silly AT&T and their “3.5G”.

  • douchebag

    OK well when will it come to Missouri?

  • Fri13a

    Grand Island, Nebraska was in 4G LTE testing or live along the Interstate on October 30, 2012. The signal was recorded with the Sensorly application on my Verizon Galaxy Nexus.

    • ThugLife

      NE will be last on the list. Guaaranteeed.

      • Fri13a

        Several locations in Nebraska already have Verizon 4G LTE network officially. Some for more than a year now.

  • Jeff Bank

    Woot! I’m from Cody, Wyoming so I’m excited for this news.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jonathan-Williams/579249547 Jonathan Williams

    Lotta love today for Missourah

  • Trevor

    Missouri gettin some 4G lovin

  • Verizon

    You’re welcome.

  • mog386

    I can tell you that they expanded their coverage in Northern NJ after the hurricane. I now get 4G at my office. Made me very happy when I got to work :)

  • http://twitter.com/TheNintendo64 Drew

    No luck this time around :(

    • Kurtis Tamez

      Don’t feel like the lone ranger :-/

  • alex simon

    went into my local Verizon store and saw all their phones had 4g on them two days ago… i asked this guys “when did we get 4g?” he said “somewhere like october 28th”. i was dumbfounded because i have never once seen it on my Rezound… anyways. turns out we now have 4g in Santa Clairta, CA. he said it’ll be “official” on the 15th… so i guess he was right… at least thats one sale rep who knows whats going on.

    • AnotherAndroidKid

      He’ll be fired for helping customers in 3, 2, 1….

  • BrianLipp

    A bunch of new cities to use your new Nexus 4 in! wait…nevermind :/

    • http://twitter.com/#!/Thandrophir Thand

      While that does sting, I’m still ditching VZW for it.

      Disco glass all day.

      • dsass600

        Same. What carrier are you switching to?

        • http://twitter.com/#!/Thandrophir Thand

          Going to try out Straight Talk for this this first month, and if I don’t like it… leave.

          Freedom.

    • wizzbanger

      ^ made me giggle and pee a little bit. Good times.

    • Derek Gelinas

      I see nothing at all interesting about the nexus 4 while running around with my verizon S3 running liquid. This platform has so much development for it it’s not funny.