Verizon, in its effort to maintain a hold as the nation’s largest 4G LTE network, will once again expand its high-speed data services in regions around the United States. A total of 55 markets will see LTE for the first time or see current coverage expanded. The breakdown includes 33 new markets, including such locales as New London County, CT; Vero Beach, FL; and Missoula, MT. Network expansions will occur in 32 markets including San Francisco, Washington DC, and Seattle.
The additions bring Verizon’s total number of LTE markets to 337, which puts them well ahead of newcomers AT&T and Sprint, which boast 47 and 15 4G markets respectively.