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Verizon Wireless Announces LTE Footprint Expansion

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Mar 22, 2011, 9:39 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Verizon Wireless today announced 59 new cities that will be covered by its Long Term Evolution 4G network by the end of the year. These new markets, in addition to the 39 announced in 2010 and 49 announced earlier this year, make for a total of 147 markets. Verizon didn't provide a timeline for when these new cities might expect to see the LTE network go live. Verizon also noted that it has signed agreements with six rural network operators to help expand its LTE footprint in rural regions.

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Mar 22, 2011, 10:03 AM

what footprint

they are only LTE in select cities . Everyone buys into the hype when it comes to Big Red
That's how any roll out goes, including WiMax.

You have to cover the cities first, then worry about rural.

Would you rather get LTE on a road TO your house, or AT your house?
We do?
You're right, 100 million covered (since december) isn't a noticeable footprint.
I don't buy into the hype of either large carrier. They try to sell me more coverage than I need. That is why I settle for the middleweights.


This rollout is very aggressive and much credit needs to be given. Those that seek to have acc...
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Mar 22, 2011, 9:50 AM

too depressed about losing t-mobile to care...

say goodbye to unlimited internet, low prices, choice, respect and thousands of jobs
thank god t mobile is going what a damn joke they have been for the last few year 😁
Your sentiments are not alone.

Whether someone likes or dislikes TMO and Sprint, is irrelevant. Their presence has been the governing aspects in competitive pricing. I fear the power of the communications industry is not all that different than t...
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