Verizon Continues Bombarding The U.S. With 4G LTE


Verizon continues its onslaught of 4G LTE rollouts across the U.S. and after expanding a slew of California markets last week, they’re back at it again. This next bombardment of 4G LTE is a huge one and reaches across various markets from New York to Colorado. Hopefully by April 19th, your city/town will have been added to the coverage list and you’ll be able to ditch that 3G in favor of the fast lane speeds of 4G LTE. Rollouts and expansions are expected to start Thursday and will cover the following markets:

    Colorado

  • Ft. Collins-Loveland
  • Florida

  • Ocala
  • Georgia

  • LaGrange
  • Brunswick
  • Macon
  • Idaho

  • Boise-Nampa
  • Illinois

  • Duquoin
  • Christopher
  • Benton
  • West Franklin
  • Indiana

  • Marion
  • Iowa

  • East and Southeast Des Moines
  • Kansas

  • Hays
  • Garden City
  • Great Bend
  • Wichita
  • Dodge City
  • Missouri

  • St. Louis
  • Springfield
  • Halltown
  • Mount Vernon
  • Stotts City
  • Sarcoxie
  • Pierce City
  • Monett
  • Aurora
  • Marionville
  • Billings
  • Nixa
  • Ozark
  • New York

  • Cattaraugus-Allegany Counties
  • Buffalo
  • Tonawanda
  • Cheektowaga
  • Williamsville
  • Getzville
  • Angola
  • Hamburg
  • Akron
  • Kenmore
  • Derby
  • Lackawanna
  • Springville
  • Niagara Falls
  • Ohio

  • Columbus
  • Cleveland
  • South Dakota

  • Garden City
  • Pierre
  • Tennessee

  • Adams
  • Bon Aqua
  • Centerville
  • Carthage
  • Chapmansboro
  • Cornersville
  • Cross Plains
  • Cumberland Furnace
  • Greenbrier
  • Lascassas
  • Lewisburg
  • Lynchburg
  • Lynnville
  • McEwen
  • McMinnville
  • Mooresville
  • Pleasant View
  • Portland
  • Pulaski
  • Readyville
  • Santa Fe
  • Smithville
  • Springfield
  • Stiversville
  • Westmoreland
  • White House
  • Winchester
  • Woodbury
  • Texas

  • Spring
  • Tyler
  • Utah

  • Provo-Orem
  • Salt Lake City-Ogden

I told you it was huge (and more may be added throughout the day). Well if you didn’t make the cut this time, I’m sure you will soon. Sound off in the comments and let Verizon know where they need to go next.

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