Verizon LTE set to expand out to yet more markets June 21


Hey, you. Yeah, you. Grab your Verizon LTE phone and turn on the 4G. If you’re not seeing any signal on Verizon’s LTE network, and you’re in:

  • The Triangle, North Carolina
  • Bedford, Pennsylvania
  • Indiana, Pennsylvania
  • Burlington, North Carolina
  • Jacksonville And New Bern, North Carolina
  • Idaho; Eastern Oregon

Then get a smile on your face. because you’ll see it soon. Verizon is set to be expanding out to these markets (The Triangle will only be an expansion of the LTE network already in place there) on June 21.

Verizon also said that their LTE network is rolling out quickly in Florida to more than 40 communities in Palm Beach, Alachua, Volusia, and Flagler counties.

If you’re in any of these areas, let us know what you think about getting LTE soon!

Verizon via AndroidCentral


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