Verizon Lights Up a Ton of New 4G LTE Markets, Expands in Plenty More

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Verizon continues to impress with the non-stop roll out of their 4G LTE network. Just last month, they deployed 4G LTE to 33 new markets and expanded in 32 others. This month, they’re keeping that momentum going and look to blanket America with more than 400 LTE markets by the end of this calendar year. 

This may be the biggest list we’ve seen yet, but it also includes a lot of cities that have already had 4G LTE. They are included because a lot of their surrounding areas are now seeing the coverage as well thanks to the deployment of additional cell sites. Have fun finding your hometown.

Expanding Markets:

  • Areas of Des Moines, IA
  • Charleston, West Virginia
  • Cincinnati, OH
  • Las Cruses, NM
  • Pahrump, NV
  • Boulder City, NV
  • Glendale, NV
  • Laughlin, NV
  • Chattanooga, Tenn
  • Greenville, SC
  • Carbondale, Illinois
  • Cordele, GA
  • Fort Valley, GA
  • Hawkinsville, GA
  • Dublin, GA
  • Macon, GA
  • Garden City, KS
  • Reading, PA
  • Bitterroot Valley, Montana
  • Twin Falls, Idaho
  • Hoxie, KS
  • Redding, CT

New Markets:

  • Greater Mankato Area, MN
  • Charolottesville, VA
  • Boonville and Rocheport, Missouri
  • Bismarck-Mandan, N.D
  • Kennebunk, Maine
  • Thomasville, GA
  • Minot, N.D
  • Grand Forks, N.D
  • St. George, Utah
  • Chillicothe, Ohio
  • Houghton  (Upper Peninsula), Michigan
  • White Sands, NM
  • Silver City, NM
  • Deming, NM
  • Lordsburg, NM
  • Salina, KS
  • Redding, CA
  • Anderson, CA
  • Palo Cedro, CA
  • Red Bluff, CA
  • Vina, CA
  • Corning, CA
  • Santa Barbara Area, CA
  • Gahanna, OH
  • Joplin and Carthage, Missouri
  • Longview and Kelso, Washington
  • Russell And Rush Center, Kansas
  • Waycross, Georgia
  • Valdosta, Georgia
  • Topeka, Kansas

Most of the above listed cities have either already gone live or can expect to see their 4G LTE logos light up some time this month. Enjoy the speed, folks.



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