Verizon’s 4G LTE network to eclipse 200 markets this week

Verizon’s 4G LTE network to eclipse 200 markets this week

Verizon today announced that their 4G LTE network is poised to reach more than 200 markets across the United States. On March 15th, Dothan, Alabama will be but one of seven regions getting LTE network speeds. Additionally, Verizon is expanding coverage in existing markets such as Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, Pa., and Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas. The carrier is expecting to double the number of LTE markets by the end of the year, hitting 400 by the time Santa comes down the chimney.

New Markets

Dothan and Enterprise, Ala.; Naples, Fla.; Greenville, N.C.; Altus and Durant, Okla.; and Longview/Marshall, Texas.

Expanded Markets

Washington, D.C.; Elkhart, Ind.; Baltimore, Md.; Columbus, Miss.; Northern N.J.; Wilmington, N.C.; Duncan, Okla.; Allentown/Bethlehem, Harrisburg, Philadelphia and Scranton/Wilkes Barre, Pa.; Hilton Head, S.C.; Cleveland, Tenn.; Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas; and Kenosha, Madison and Milwaukee, Wis.

Want to see if you’re in an area with Verizon 4G LTE connectivity?  Head to the carrier’s mini-site dedicated to their service.

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