Verizon gives 11 new markets reason to buy a Galaxy Nexus – 4G LTE rolling out today

Verizon gives 11 new markets reason to buy a Galaxy Nexus – 4G LTE rolling out today

Today will be a truly lucky day for Verizon customers living in any of the below cities:

  • Dover, DE
  • Lafayette, IN
  • Fitchburg/Leominster, MA
  • Duluth, MN
  • The Rochester Area, MN
  • St. Cloud, MN
  • Manchester/Nashua, NH
  • Poughkeepsie, NY
  • Findlay/Tiffin, OH
  • Youngstown/Warren, OH
  • Indiana, PN

If you live in one of these markets, not only should you be able to get your hands on a new Samsung Galaxy Nexus, but you’ll now be able to take full advantage of its blazing fast 4G radio. There’s also some good news regarding expanding markets. These cities will see their 4G coverage expanded today as well:

  • San Diego, CA
  • San Francisco, CA
  • Washington D.C.
  • Savannah, GA
  • Chicagoland, ILL
  • Baltimore, MD
  • Hagerstown, MD

This along with the Galaxy Nexus announcement should make for a Merry Christmas to those of you living in the above areas. Enjoy!

Source: Verizon

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