Want to take advantage of Verizon's doubled data cap plans for 4G phones but don't live in a 4G-covered area? Well, if that data-barren land you live in happens to be in Ohio or Pennsylvania, your luck might soon change. Verizon announced today that it's rolling out its LTE network to several new cities, including Youngstown, Warren, Campbell, Struthers, Poland, Boardman, Canfield, Austintown, McDonald, Niles, Findlay, Tiffin, Fostoria, Arcadia East, and Carey in Ohio, as well as Indiana, White Township, Homer City, and Blairsville in Pennsylvania. The company is planning to turn on the data speed upgrade on December 15th — just in time for you to enjoy fast mobile internet while your family carries out the embarrassing holiday traditions.
Verizon bringing LTE to new markets in Ohio and Pennsylvania on December 15th
Verizon bringing LTE to new markets in Ohio and Pennsylvania on December 15th/
Verizon has rolled out its 4G LTE network onto several new cities in Ohio and Pennsylvania.