Verizon is adding even more cities to its 4G LTE coverage map, bringing the next-gen network to a total of 258 markets nationwide. As expansions continue, Verizon is lighting up LTE in 28 new cities and expanding coverage in 11 additional markets. The network additions cover a wide range of states across the union including new coverage in Virginia, Texas, Oregon, South Dakota, and Louisiana. Expanded coverage areas include cities and towns in Colorado, Maryland, and Florida.
Here’s the full list of new markets:
Houma/Thibodaux and Lake Charles, La.; Hyannis/Mid-Cape, Mass.; Benton Harbor/St. Joseph, Mich.; Biloxi/Gulfport/Pascagoula and Oxford, Miss.; Atlantic City/Toms River, N.J.; Dickinson and Williston, N.D.; Ashtabula, Bucyrus and Defiance, Ohio; Eugene/Springfield, Ore.; Lancaster, New Castle, Northern Cambria County, Oil City/Franklin, Somerset and York, Pa.; Myrtle Beach, S.C.; Mitchell, S.D.; Paris, Texas; Burlington/Northern, Vt.; Fredericksburg, Harrisonburg, Martinsville and Staunton/Waynesboro, Va.; and Sheridan, Wyo.
And the expanded markets:
Denver, Colo.; Dover, Del.; Fort Myers and Lakeland, Fla.; Hagerstown, Md.; Canton, Lima, Mansfield, Toledo and Youngstown/Warren, Ohio; and Erie, Pa.
The new coverage isn’t set to officially roll out until the 17th of this month, but some are already reporting the presence of 4G LTE signals in these regions. Check out the source link below for all the details.