Verizon's LTE Footprint Expands to 470 Markets
Verizon Wireless today announced a significant increase in the size of its LTE 4G network. Verizon says 29 new markets have access to its LTE 4G for the first time. Some of the new markets include Payson, Ariz., Oskaloosa, Iowa, McCook, Neb., and Jackson Hole, Wy. It also expanded its LTE presence in 36 existing markets, including western Massachusetts, northern Kentucky, and southeast Iowa. According to Verizon, its LTE 4G network now covers 250 million Americans. Verizon will finish deploying its LTE network by the middle of 2013, which will eventually cover about 300 million people.
Verizon Brands Its Dual-Band LTE Markets as 'XLTE'
Verizon Wireless today announced the launch of XLTE service, which is a new way for the company to market its dual-band LTE network. Verizon Wireless initially deployed LTE in the 700MHz band.
Verizon Expands XLTE to 6 More Markets
Verizon Wireless today marked the one-year anniversary of its XLTE service by expanding coverage to six additional markets. XLTE is now available in Marshalltown, Iowa; Madisonville and Owensboro, Ky.; Traverse City, Mich.; Meridian, Miss.; and Martinsville, Va.
Sprint Says Network Vision Is Basically Done
Sprint recently indicated that its years-long Network Vision project is coming to a close. Sprint's 1900MHz LTE network covers 260 million POPs, according to Sprint CFO Joe Euteneuer, who made the comments at a Bank of America investor conference this week.
Verizon Lights Up AWS Spectrum in 22 More Markets
Verizon Wireless today announced it has expanded the reach of its "XLTE" footprint by 22 markets. Verizon's LTE network runs on 700MHz almost nationwide, but it has been adding coverage in the 1700MHz band throughout the year and marketing the dual-band 700/1700MHz coverage as XLTE.
Verizon Debuts LTE Advanced with 50% Faster Speeds
Verizon Wireless today said it has launched LTE Advanced service in 461 markets around the country, covering some 288 million POPs or 90% of Americans. Verizon's LTE Advanced relies on two- and three-channel carrier aggregation to boost speed and capacity.
LTE there is exciting - will be able to quickly post videos of my buddies tumbling down Corbett's!