Verizon expands 4G LTE coverage in the northeast and midwest

Verizon expands 4G LTE coverage in the northeast and midwest
Verizon may have the largest 4G LTE network in the United States, but there are still lots of people waiting to see those blazing download speeds come to their neck of the woods. Luckily, Big Red is at it again, announcing that they are expanding their 4G network to parts of Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, and Ohio. If you’re in one of the cities listed below and you have a 4G phone, check to see if the 4G symbol appears in the coming weeks - and if you don't have a 4G phone and your contract is coming up for renewal, this may be the time to start considering moving on up.

The complete list is:

  • Lunenburg, Massachusetts
  • Henniker, New Hampshire
  • Northern Cambria County, Pennsylvania
  • Erie, Pennsylvania
  • Somerset, Pennsylvania
  • New Castle; Pennsylvania
  • Oil City, Pennsylvania
  • Franklin, Pennsylvania
  • Clarion, Pennsylvania
  • Barnesboro, Pennsylvania
  • Warren, Ohio
  • Canton, Ohio
  • Youngstown, Ohio
  • Bucyrus, Ohio
  • Lima, Ohio
  • Defiance, Ohio
  • Toledo, Ohio
  • Ashtabula, Ohio
  • Mansfield, Ohio

source: Verizon via Droid-Life


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