Verizon 4G LTE coverage rolled out to a pair of new marketsAlex Wagner - Senior News Editor
Less than a month after we last saw Verizon grow its LTE coverage, the carrier has once again announced some new expansions of its 4G network. There are a couple of new markets joining the Verizon LTE fold, and there's also one existing city that's getting some expanded coverage. Here's the breakdown of Verizon's latest LTE network growth:
- Altus, Okla.
- Columbus, Miss.
- Waltham, Mass., including Totten Pond Road, Route 128 and the surrounding area.
So there you go, Verizon folk. Last we heard, Verizon had rolled its LTE network out to 196 markets in the U.S., so it shouldn't be too much longer before the carrier hits 200. This latest bit of 4G network growth is pretty small compared to some that we've seen in the past, but hey, a small expansion is better than no expansion at all. You can find the press releases announcing all of the expansions at the Verizon links below. Any of you out there live in one of the markets listed above?