U.S. Cellular Adding 30 Markets to LTE Footprint Nov. 5
U.S. Cellular today announced a significant expansion of its LTE 4G network. On Monday, November 5, 30 more markets will have access to its faster mobile broadband service. U.S. Cellular didn't name the specific cities and towns to be covered, but they fall in the states of Illinois, Maryland, Missouri, New Hampshire, Vermont, Virginia, and West Virginia. U.S. Cellular said that the markets of Rockford, Ill., Medford, Ore., Yakima, Wash., and Knoxville, Tenn., will follow shortly thereafter, pushing the total number of new markets to more than 30. LTE-capable devices are required in order to access U.S. Cellular's LTE network.
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