Verizon has rolled out its LTE network more rapidly than we expected over the last year and change — late last year, the company hit a milestone of covering more than 200 million Americans, and now Verizon has announced its network will be available in more than 300 US markets as of tomorrow, June 21st. It'll hit this number thanks to a large rollout taking place tomorrow that will activate 46 new markets, with expanded service coming to 22 more areas. Unfortunately, the company didn't release any new data on how much of the US population it now covers, but we know one thing — it's a lot more than AT&T and Sprint currently cover.

Verizon LTE will be coming to the following cities on June 21st: Florence, Ala.; Harrison, Ark.; Yuba City / Marysville, Calif.; Panama City, Fla.; Carrolton, Gainesville and Newnan, Ga.; Blackfoot, Idaho; Decatur / Effingham, Kankakee / Bradley-Bourbonnais and La Salle / Peru / Ottawa, Ill.; Columbus and Michigan City / La Porte, Ind.; Greater Portland, Maine; Greenville / Greenwood, Jackson and Tunica, Miss.; Houghton and Traverse City, Mich.; Jefferson City, Lake of the Ozarks and West Plains, Mo.; Binghamton, Elmira / Corning / Hornell and Oneonta, N.Y.; Burlington, Hickory / Lenoir, Jacksonville and New Bern, N.C.; Bedford and Sharon / Farrell / Hermitage, Pa.; Anderson, Florence and Greenwood, S.C.; Lufkin / Nacogdoches, Midland, San Angelo and Waco, Texas; Danville, Va.; Ashland, Ky. / Huntington, W.Va. and Logan, W.Va.; Fond du Lac, Janesville / Beloit and Sheboygan, Wis.; and Gillette, Wyo.