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Verizon Expands XLTE to 22 New Markets

Wireless congestion is a problem in cities - concrete and steel, unforgiving topography, and a countless number of  competing access points congeal to absolutely decimate your data rate. That's why Verizon, under the XLTE moniker, continues to deploy LTE (band...

Verizon Announces 14 Additional XLTE Markets

Verizon announced fourteen new XLTE markets this morning, adding to its already impressive 350 markets currently live in the US. The markets range from Oregon, down to Texas, up to Montana, so a few subscribers among us will definitely be benefiting from this...

Verizon XLTE Network Now Covers 300+ Markets

Verizon announced yesterday that it has already expanded its XLTE coverage to over 300 markets, just over a month after it launched the original 250. We reached out to Verizon to try and get a hold of a list of the new markets, but have not yet received one...

Post Your Verizon XLTE Speed Test!

With Verizon XLTE now official in over 200 markets across the US, we thought we would do something that hasn't been done around these parts in quite some time. A speed test post! Verizon XLTE is doubling bandwidth in heavily trafficked areas, but should also...

Verizon XLTE Cities

Verizon has made its new AWS-backed XLTE network official, so I can imagine that you are curious if you live in a city that can take advantage. Chances are that you do because the list is massive, but to make sure, you will want to take a look at the official...

Verizon Announces XLTE

Verizon has announced its new XLTE, a beefed up version of its massive 4G LTE network that we told you was coming today. So what is XLTE? XLTE is basically how Verizon has taken the AWS (Band 4) LTE spectrum that they own and deployed it in cities to...

Verizon XLTE Phones, Tablets, and Hotspots

With Verizon XLTE expected to be announced on May 19, we have had a number of readers ask about which phones will be able to take advantage of the upgraded speeds. As you may have guessed, most of Verizon's phones that have been released within the last year...