Verizon is hard at work fulfilling its promise to bring 4G LTE coverage to two-thirds of the US population by mid-2012, and plans to fill its entire 3G footprint by the end of 2013. The network is continually announcing new markets for the service, so if you want to know when it's coming to your region, you can keep track of all the updates here.
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Verizon continues its LTE rollout, adding new cities and expanding coverage in other areas.
Verizon's LTE network will serve 75 percent of the US population after tomorrow when it launches in 34 new markets.
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 is available in more than 300 US markets.
Verizon's announcing that its high-speed network will cover more than two-thirds of the US population, as of April 19th.
Verizon's speedy LTE network rollout continues, with the carrier adding seven new markets and expanding coverage in several others, bringing the total LTE market count to 200.
Verizon announced HomeFusion, a version of its LTE service designed for homes that can't get broadband access otherwise. Prices start at $60 a month for 10GB of data, plus a $200 antenna router.
Verizon's 4G LTE now covers 200 million Americans in 190 markets, making this the fastest network rollout in the company's history.
Verizon 4G LTE is coming to Fitchburg, Leominster, Lunenburg, and Townsend Massachusetts on December 15th.
Verizon Wireless has added 14 new 4G LTE markets today and expanded service in four others, brining total coverage to 186 million Americans.
Verizon has rolled out its 4G LTE network onto several new cities in Ohio and Pennsylvania.