Verizon flips the 4G LTE switch in 7 new markets

Verizon Wireless continues to take over the US with its super-fast 4G LTE network. And while we think we might be hearing these news a bit too often, Verizon is not stopping until they have the whole country covered by 2013.

Big Red has just added 7 new markets to the list, including the following:

  • Little Rock, Ark.
  • Rapid City, S.D.
  • Clarksville, Tenn.
  • Cookeville, Tenn.
  • San Antonio, Tex.
  • Rochester-Area, New York

If you happen to be in one of these markets, it is about time you start checking out Verizon’s blazing speeds. It is always great to notice the drastic change in data speeds coming to one’s device. Let us know what you think of it!

[Via: Android Central]

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  • Crazydog

    I can has 4G in Flagstaff, AZ? I’m always so jealous of those in Phoenix when I go down there.

  • Chris Gustafson

    Six of those are expansions, the only new market is Cookeville.

  • DeathBySnooSnoo

    I’m hear you about Flagstaff. It would be nice to have when I go up there for work trips. At least I have it here in Tucson.

  • Monkey

    Also apparently in Ocean Township/Asbury Park New Jersey. 

    My friend has a Bionic and he was getting a signal. They may have been testing though.

  • Mensahwatts

    This, is why I’m glad I’m with them…no one beats Verizon…just wish they worked in more places outside the US like ATT…

  • Tim242

    Only one of those is a new market. The others are just expansions. This happened 3 days ago.

  • Joe

    Ilived in Rochester, NY for three years. I bought the Thunderbolt when itfirst came out and had 4G. I don’t know whythey say they just now say they are adding it.

  • ChrisGroff

    There’s some weak/spotty LTE coverage in Atlantic City, it’s been there for about 2 weeks. Sad to see they haven’t officially launched it yet.

  • Joseph

    Lets see the new map of AT&T, Tmobile and Sprint LTE expansions. Oh wait.

  • Paul Riley

    ha we will be lucky, in the UK, if we start getting our first LTE by 2014! Our operators are too busy arguing over who gets what spectrum. ;)