Verizon has acknowledged the massive LTE outage in the eastern part of the United States and although it hoped to fix it soon, some users still could be out of 4G LTE network in the region. Regions across New York, New Jersey, Virginia and thereabouts are experiencing massive drops in 4G LTE signals from Verizon. Although it should be fine in a few hours, it briefly caused a scare among users who rely heavily on the carrier’s LTE networks. So this is nothing but a scare at this moment as most users have their networks back up and running in full flow. However, if you’re still facing issues with 4G LTE signals in the east coast of the U.S. make sure you keep us posted or drop a call to Verizon, in any specific order.
Verizon boasts of having the largest 4G LTE network in the country and it can cause a major repercussion when the LTE networks go down, even for a short while as there are literally millions of users relying on its blazing fast networks. That being said, instances like this are very rare, but they do cause a scare.