Verizon Launching Over 5 New 4G Areas On June 16th

According to Verizon Wireless, the carrier will continue launching their new 4G LTE service across a slew of new cities on June 16th. The following locations have been mentioned:

  • Dayton, Ohio
  • Springfield, Ohio
  • Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
  • Hartford, Connecticut
  • Flint, Great Rapids, Lansing, and more of Metro Detroit, Michigan

I think it’s great that Verizon is spreading their 4G LTE coverage fairly quick. The only comment I have is that there’s still no 4G in New Jersey. Are you in a 4G zone? Do you want to be in a 4G zone or does it matter to you? Leave your comments below or on our Facebook wall.

Source: News.VZW.com

 

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3 Comments

  1. Computechx
    May 25, 15:10 Reply

    According to their coverage map 4G is available from NY THROUGH central NJ to Philadelphia.

  2. Vahu_3015
    May 27, 06:57 Reply

    West Coast need some loving too!! All this 4G expansion is happening in the East Coast. Why don’t they work from both side and work inward instead of one side to the other.

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