Verizon Wireless Announces LTE Footprint Expansion
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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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?
This rollout is very aggressive and much credit needs to be given. Those that seek to have acc...
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