Today, Verizon Wireless is switching on 4GLTE in 33 new markets and expanding exisiting coverage in 32 markets. This makes a total of 337 markets that have Verizon Wireless 4GLTE. Earlier this year, Big Red set a goal to reach 400 markets before the year was up; it looks like they’re going to make it. With the expansion of this network, we’ll probably see more subscribers on the Share Everything Plans with more tablets, hotspots and other devices that can connect to the towers. Sprint just launched their first batch of 4GLTE markets on Monday but they have a ways to catch up. Let us know if your 4GLTE indicator suddenly popped up on your device. Here are the new markets:
El Dorado/Magnolia and Russellville, Ark.; New London County, Conn.; Fort Pierce/Vero Beach and Melbourne/Titusville, Fla.; Columbus and Rome, Ga.; Burley, Idaho; Mattoon, Ill.; Anderson and Muncie, Ind.; Manhattan/Junction City and McPherson, Kan.; Lafayette/New Iberia, La.; St. Joseph, Mo.; Bozeman/Livingston, Kalispell and Missoula, Mont.; Goldsboro/Kinston, Roanoke Rapids and Rocky Mount/Wilson, N.C.; Zanesville, Ohio; Meadville and Punxsutawney/DuBois/Clearfield, Pa.; Orangeburg, S.C.; Sherman/Denison, Texas; Cedar City and Logan, Utah; Rutland/Bennington, Vt.; Lynchburg and Winchester, Va.; Bellingham, Wash.; and Beckley, W.Va.
Here are the expanding markets:
Mobile, Ala.; Los Angeles, San Diego and San Francisco; Washington, D.C.; Fort Lauderdale, Miami and Sarasota/Bradenton, Fla.; Hilo, Honolulu and Kahului/Wailuku/Maui County, Hawaii; Blackfoot/Idaho Falls/Rexburg, Idaho; Peoria, Ill.; Indianapolis, Ind.; Wichita, Kan.; Baton Rouge, La.; Baltimore, Md.; Kansas City and Springfield, Mo.; Akron, Cleveland, Columbus and Toledo, Ohio; Allentown/Bethlehem, Harrisburg and Scranton/Wilkes Barre, Pa.; Columbia and Greenville/Spartanburg, S.C.; Provo/Orem and Salt Lake City/Ogden, Utah; Fredericksburg, Va.; and Seattle, Wash.
Hope the blazing fast speed was worth waiting for.