Verizon celebrates two years of 4G LTE

Verizon celebrates two years of 4G LTE

Verizon Wireless is celebrating two years of 4G LTE today as December 5 marks the monumental anniversary. It’s hard to believe, but it has been 24 months since Verizon kicked off the whole “Rule the Air” campaign. Ok, so maybe the ads didn’t really hit until later, but there’s no doubt that they’ve been ruling the air.

As part of the announcement today, Verizon has put together some key figures centered around the 4G LTE network and its coverage across the United States.


We’ve pulled a few out and put them in fancy bullet-point format.

  • Coverage now available in 440 markets
  • More than 250 million U.S. consumers fall under the carrier’s 4G LTE umbrella
  • Verizon has introduced 46 different devices with support for 4G LTE
  • Nearly 11 million Verizon customers use 4G LTE


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  1. kevin
    December 05, 15:45 Reply

    Funny how the first phone the t bolt that has lte won’t even work on 4g

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