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Verizon Will Bring 4G LTE to a Few More Locations on December 20


4G LTE is a new revolution in terms of mobile broadband and the speeds offered by the network are unparalleled in the market. Sadly though as with any new innovation, the network hasn’t quite made its way to the entirety of the U.S. But the country’s largest carrier, Verizon has plans to change that. It has done its best to bring 4G LTE to as many locations in the U.S as possible and it has just announced another wave of the network launching in new cities, starting from December 20th. It must be said though that Verizon has almost found every corner of the U.S to launch the network, but since the country is geographically larger, it takes substantial time to get it through in every location. Read on to see if you’re city is included in the list (if it already doesn’t have Big Red’s 4G LTE networks that is).

These are the cities where Verizon will bring its 4G LTE service:

  • Price And Richfield, Utah
  • Port Angeles, Port Townsend And Sequim, Washington
  • Kennewick, Pasco And Richland, Washington
  • Klamath Falls And Roseburg, Oregon
  • Jackson Hole, Teton Village, Kemmerer And Pinedale, Wyoming
  • Lamar And La Junta, Colorado

Most users who don’t have access to the 4G LTE network in their region have been eagerly waiting for Big Red’s expansion of its network, and it isn’t the country’s largest carrier for nothing. Currently, only Verizon, Sprint and AT&T are the carriers that have 4G LTE in the country. There are some necessary prerequisites required to enjoy 4G LTE on your Verizon device, but you’re well aware of that, so we won’t mention that here. Even though some areas in the U.S are without 4G LTE, looking at how Verizon is expanding its networks, it shouldn’t be long till we see the entire nation covered with the carrier’s 4G LTE network. Verizon isn’t the kindest carrier in the U.S with some of its policies not going down well with its users, but one can’t deny the fact that a large number of Americans depend on the carrier for their day to day mobile use. As of now, people in the above listed regions have been relying on 3G/HSPA+ speeds for their data usage, and this should certainly go a long way in popularizing the carrier. The HTC Droid DNA, Apple iPhone 5 and the Samsung Galaxy Note II are currently the top 4G LTE smartphones on Verizon’s networks. If you were never too attracted towards 4G LTE phones due to limited network availability in your region, now might be the right time to get one.

Source: Verizon
Via: Android Central

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