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Verizon Lighting Up More 4G LTE Markets Across the United States

More good news for you 4G LTE fans, as Verizon has announced another list of markets that will see faster data speeds over the next couple of days. Following their announcement that their 4G LTE build out would be complete in mid-2013, you can expect to see a lot more of these posts in the coming months. 

New 4G LTE towns/cities:

  • Wheeling, W. Va
  • St. Clairsville, Ohio
  • Galesburg, Ill
  • East Galesburg, Ill
  • Henderson, Ill
  • Wataga, Ill
  • Knoxville, Ill
  • Ironwood, Mich
  • Sierra Vista, AZ

4G LTE enhancements:

  • York County, PA
  • Adams County, PA
  • Lancaster County, PA

Enjoy the speed, folks.

Via: Verizon

  • socalrailroader

    Ukiah, Fort Bragg, Lakeport, Nice and Lucerne here in NorCal all have LTE with Verizon now too, they are not on that or any recent list.

  • cky2k

    We have one bar on 3G out here in Palm Beach County (the acreage). The map says we have “Verizon 4G LTE” ummmmm but that’s just not right.

  • devator22

    I was surprised to wake up to 4g here in Wheeling. I thought we’d be one of the last to get it. It’s still spotty though, and I’ve been between 3 and 4g all day.

  • 4G has been sitting at about 2 miles from my house now for over 3 months. Such a tease.

  • Silver Veloz

    Santa Clarita, CA “finally” got 4G LTE recently. Woo Hoo!

  • Too bad I dropped Verizon today. 🙂 <3 My new Nexus 4 & Straight Talk (AT&T).

    • Matt Cordero

      good luck with that. What good is a super phone when you cant get a signal.

      • In Athens, GA I actually get a much better signal with AT&T.

  • Seth Arrazola

    Hook us up in southern Colorado already!!!

  • Santa Clarita FINALLY lit up a week or 2 ago. Funny, the 2 places I have noticed that I don’t get signal from a 4G tower is at work (Old building, very little signal) and at home (nearby hill blocks signal). So it is pretty awesome when I’m not at work/home. Great right?

  • zepfloyd

    For some reason, this is all I hear whenever I see these LTE expansion posts…

    • Nex__

      Damn thats still great

  • Joshua Rewerts

    Got it in Waterloo/Cedar Falls, IA on the 15th!

  • Scottyb112

    I think Im the last person that will get it, and I live at the Beach where a few million people come every year… Thats beat

  • Nerdslogic

    They need to expand more into the Portland area….pretty crappy coverage here in real life which is direct contradiction to their coverage map

    • wickets

      They should be banned from doing that……same situation here(gnex)…last numbers; 0.71/0.83mbps LTE wot???

  • NemaCystX

    Wow, Gettysburg finally gets LTE coverage that isn’t spotty.

  • Steen Kendle

    Just got it in Kearney, NE today. Finally it’s across most of the state now

    • DevilSperm

      No love in Holdrege 🙁

    • harryballs1234

      Or York.

  • Justin Phillips

    The Vincennes, Indiana network has expanded to cover at least part of my Town, Washington. It is REALLY spotty though.

    • TylerChappell

      whoa, small world, I am originally from Jasper.

  • ToddAwesome

    What exactly constitutes COMPLETE? I’m smack dab in the middle of 3 cities with 4G, but I’m just outside the range to sniff it. Will all areas with 3G currently be bumped up to 4G by mid-2013? Ya never know with these 4G claims these days, do they mean people, land, the maximum airspeed of an unladen swallow, it’s all very confusing.

    • JoshGroff

      I’m sure you mean the maximum airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow. 😉

      • ToddAwesome

        Still being stuck on 3G here at home that word velocity is lost on me, ha!

        • JoshGroff

          Same here. :/ Knowing I could be using T-Mobile’s HSPA+ instead of 3G just makes it hurt so much more.

          • michael arazan

            In St.Louis, Verizon has 7 4g towers to cover over 800 sq. miles and 2 million people, I average 12 mbps down and 5 up. I hope they actually put in enough towers in all these new markets than what seems to be the bare minimum I’ve seen here and Chicago. In Chicago I only got 3g signals everywhere I went, and it was worse than here in St.L. I think Verizon only does the bare minimum with everything and their terms of lightning fast must be different from mine because my wifi is 10 down 2 up. I get charged for 4g speeds without ever getting the so called 4g speeds here in MO and IL.

      • WAldenIV

        African or European?

        • JoshGroff

          I don’t know that.

    • Garunkrepruk

      They mean all areas with current 3G coverage will have 4G.

      But like 3G (which sometimes dropped to 1x depending on signal), similarly your 4G might drop to 3G.

  • brando56894

    I keep on hoping to see southern NJ in these lists but it never happens 🙁

    • JFB

      Same for Virginia, buddy.

    • Aardvark99

      We’re stuck in the middle of areas they’ve already covered. Zoomed out it looks like there’s coverage, but there isn’t.

      • brando56894

        Yea it’s pretty beat. I live in Vineland so the Cherry HIll/Mount Laurel area to the north already has it and Wilmington, DE to the south already has it too but both are about 40 miles from me and I looked it up and the LTE signal drops out after about 30 miles 🙁

  • Dan

    How about some north shore long island out in Suffolk county