Verizon will soon bring 4G LTE in 22 new cities, followed by 13 more
Some good news comes from Verizon Wireless who has announced that very soon, actually this month it will launch the 4G LTE service in 22 new cities, and to be followed by another 13 on November 17th.
So, in about a month, Verizon Wireless will officially offer the 4G LTE service in 178 markets. The first lucky Verizon customers to benefit the 4G LTE service starting October 20th will be those from: Birmingham, Alabama; Modesto and Stockton, California; Fort Myers, Florida; Bloomington, Elkhart, Evansville, South Bend and Terre Haute, Indiana; Sioux City, Iowa; Hagerstown, Maryland; Tupelo, Mississippi; Albuquerque and Santa Fe, New Mexico; Buffalo, New York; Asheville, North Carolina; Bartlesville, Oklahoma; Jackson and Martin, Tennessee; Greater Hampton Roads and Richmond, Virginia and Green Bay, Wisconsin.
On this exact same day Verizon will also expand the existing service in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Washington, D.C., and Erie, and Pennsylvania. Now, the last but not the least, on November 17th, Verizon Wireless will expand the 4G LTE service in Little Rock, Arkansas; Savannah, Georgia; Cedar Rapids and Des Moines, Iowa; Lexington, Kentucky; Kansas City and Springfield, Missouri; Lincoln, Nebraska; Orange County, New York; Greater Providence; Rapid City, South Dakota; Roanoke, Virginia; and Appleton, Wisconsin. Also they will expand the exiting 4G LTE service in Louisville, Kentucky; Grand Rapids, Michigan; Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Nashville, and Tennessee.