Verizon just announced that its 4G LTE network is getting lit up in five new markets and expanding to three others on Jan. 19.
The largest carrier in the United States has big plans for its 4G network, which includes all of its future smartphones to feature LTE starting this year. But in order for this to be a success the company has to first get a grasp of the network, because having random LTE outages nationally doesn’t help things.
New areas to recieve Verizon’s LTE network:
- Glens Falls, N.Y.
- Utica, N.Y.
- Lawton, Okla.
- Brownsville, Texas
- McAllen, Texas
The markets that’ll soon see more improved LTE signals include:
- Atlanta, Ga.
- Houston, Texas
- Spokane, Wash.
The way Big Red continues to expand its lead in LTE is nothing short of impressive, as this brings the total count of markets covered by Verizon’s LTE service up to 195. Wow. If you want to see if your town or city is covered, head over to the source link below, which includes a full list of all live markets.
Let us know if your town or city made the list.
[via Verizon Wireless]