Verizon Wireless has been busy expanding the footprint of their 4G LTE network. Recent additions to the network include select cities in Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, Central Virginia, West Virginia and Wisconsin. Or a bit more specifically, users in the following locations should now be seeing Verizon 4G LTE;
- Galesburg, Illinois
- Ironwood and Bessemer, Michigan
- St. Clairsville, Ohio
- Wheeling, West Virginia
- Louisa, Chesterfield, Dinwiddie, Prince George and Charles City Counties in Central Virginia
- Hurley, Wisconsin
In addition, some other recent markets that now have 4G LTE include York, Adams and Lancaster counties in Pennsylvania; Sierra Vista, Douglas, Benson and Nogales in Arizona; Cody, Laramie and Rock Springs in Wyoming; Butte, Montana; Mt. Vernon, Illinois; Grand Junction, Colorado and Lake Of The Ozarks and Central Missouri.
Bottom line here, the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE network appears to be rolling out just as we would have hoped for. Of course what that really means is users in these areas may want to start looking at getting a 4G LTE device. And for those who have recently upgraded and already have a 4G LTE device — start taking advantage of these new speeds.
Via [Verizon Wireless]
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