Verizon's national 4G network employs LTE technology in bands 4, 13, and 2, which are also known as the AWS (1700 MHz), Upper 700 (750 MHz), and PCS (1900 MHz) bands. Verizon's legacy 2G/3G network employs CDMA technology in both the Cellular (850 MHz) and PCS (1900 MHz) bands, including EVDO Revison A 3G data technology. While 4G LTE was originally used only for data, Verizon has deployed VoLTE for voice as well, and plans to deploy LTE-only phones in 2016, with an eye toward eventually phasing out CDMA. Verizon Wireless was formed by the merger of Bell Atlantic Mobile, Vodafone/Airtouch Cellular, GTE Wireless and PrimeCo. Verizon also purchased and absorbed Alltel in 2009.
Coverage Area: United States, including Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico
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* Not all phones are available in all areas.