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Verizon Continues To Grow It's 4G LTE Network

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    Verizon's press release reveals the they are launching service in 5 new markets and expanding into 3 others on January 19th. On Thursday, Jan. 19 Big Red will flip the switch on it's 4G LTE Network in Glens Falls and Utica, N.Y.; Lawton, Okla.; and Brownsville and McAllen, Texas. The company is also expanding its network on Jan. 19 in Atlanta, Houston and Spokane, Wash.

    Full presser below:


    On Jan. 19, Verizon Wireless’ 4G LTE network will be available in 195 markets, including:

    · Birmingham, Ala.


    · Decatur, Ala.


    · Huntsville, Ala.


    · Mobile, Ala.


    · Montgomery, Ala.


    · Phoenix, Ariz.


    · Tucson, Ariz.


    · Fayetteville/Springdale/Rogers, Ark.


    · Fort Smith, Ark.


    · Jonesboro/Paragould, Ark.


    · Little Rock, Ark.


    · Bakersfield, Calif.


    · Fresno, Calif.


    · Los Angeles, Calif.


    · Modesto, Calif.


    · Oakland, Calif.


    · Sacramento, Calif.


    · Salinas/Monterey/Seaside, Calif.


    · San Diego, Calif.


    · San Francisco, Calif.


    · San Jose, Calif.


    · San Luis Obispo, Calif.


    · Santa Barbara, Calif.


    · Stockton, Calif.


    · Colorado Springs, Colo.


    · Denver, Colo.


    · Fort Collins, Colo.


    · Greater Fairfield and New Haven, Conn.


    · Hartford, Conn.


    · Dover, Del.


    · Washington, D.C.


    · Daytona, Fla.


    · Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.


    · Ft. Myers, Fla.


    · Gainesville, Fla.


    · Jacksonville, Fla.


    · Lakeland, Fla.


    · Miami, Fla.


    · Orlando, Fla.


    · Pensacola, Fla.


    · Sarasota/Bradenton, Fla.


    · Tallahassee, Fla.


    · Tampa, Fla.


    · West Palm Beach, Fla.


    · Athens, Ga.


    · Atlanta, Ga.


    · Augusta, Ga.


    · Savannah, Ga.


    · Hilo, Hawaii


    · Honolulu, Hawaii


    · Kahului/Wailuku, Hawaii


    · Lahaina, Hawaii


    · Boise, Idaho


    · Bloomington, Ill.


    · Carbondale, Ill.


    · Champaign/Urbana, Ill.


    · Chicago, Ill.


    · Rockford, Ill.


    · Springfield, Ill.


    · The Quad Cities, Ill./Iowa


    · Bloomington/Bedford, Ind.


    · Elkhart, Ind.


    · Evansville, Ind.


    · Fort Wayne, Ind.


    · Indianapolis, Ind.


    · Lafayette, Ind.


    · South Bend/Mishawaka, Ind.


    · Terre Haute, Ind.


    · West Lafayette, Ind.


    · Cedar Rapids, Iowa


    · Des Moines, Iowa


    · Iowa City, Iowa


    · Sioux City, Iowa


    · Wichita, Kan.


    · Lexington, Ky.


    · Louisville, Ky.


    · Baton Rouge, La.


    · Hammond, La.


    · New Orleans, La.


    · Shreveport, La.


    · Baltimore, Md.


    · Frederick, Md.


    · Hagerstown, Md.


    · Boston, Mass.


    · Fitchburg/Leominster, Mass.


    · Springfield, Mass.


    · Worcester, Mass.


    · Detroit, Mich.


    · Flint, Mich.


    · Grand Rapids, Mich.


    · Kalamazoo, Mich.


    · Lansing, Mich.


    · Saginaw, Mich.


    · Duluth, Minn.


    · Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minn.


    · The Rochester Area, Minn.


    · St. Cloud, Minn.


    · Starkville, Miss.


    · Tupelo, Miss.


    · Kansas City, Mo.


    · Springfield/Branson, Mo.


    · St. Louis, Mo.


    · Lincoln, Neb.


    · Omaha/Council Bluffs, Neb.


    · Las Vegas, Nev.


    · Reno, Nev.


    · Manchester/Nashua, N.H.


    · Albuquerque, N.M.


    · Las Cruces, N.M.


    · Santa Fe, N.M.


    · Albany, N.Y.


    · Buffalo, N.Y.


    · Glens Falls, N.Y.


    · Ithaca, N.Y.


    · New York, N.Y.


    · Orange County, N.Y.


    · Poughkeepsie, N.Y.


    · Rochester, N.Y.


    · Syracuse, N.Y.


    · Utica, N.Y.


    · Asheville, N.C.


    · Charlotte, N.C.


    · Fayetteville/Lumberton, N.C.


    · Greensboro/Winston Salem/High Point, N.C.


    · Raleigh/Durham, N.C.


    · Wilmington, N.C.


    · Fargo, N.D.


    · Akron, Ohio


    · Canton, Ohio


    · Cincinnati, Ohio


    · Cleveland, Ohio


    · Columbus, Ohio


    · Dayton, Ohio


    · Findlay/Tiffin, Ohio


    · Lima, Ohio


    · Mansfield, Ohio


    · Toledo, Ohio


    · Youngstown/Warren, Ohio


    · Bartlesville, Okla.


    · Lawton, Okla.


    · Oklahoma City, Okla.


    · Tulsa, Okla.


    · Portland, Ore.


    · Allentown/Bethlehem/Easton, Pa.


    · Altoona, Pa.


    · Erie, Pa.


    · Harrisburg, Pa.


    · Indiana, Pa.


    · Johnstown, Pa.


    · Philadelphia, Pa.


    · Pittsburgh, Pa.


    · State College, Pa.


    · Wilkes Barre/Scranton, Pa.


    · Greater Providence, R.I.


    · Charleston, S.C.


    · Columbia, S.C.


    · Greenville/Spartanburg, S.C.


    · Hilton Head, S.C.


    · Rapid City, S.D.


    · Sioux Falls, S.D.


    · Chattanooga, Tenn.


    · Clarksville, Tenn./Hopkinsville, Ky.


    · Cleveland, Tenn.


    · Dyersburg/Union City, Tenn.


    · Jackson, Tenn.


    · Knoxville, Tenn.


    · Martin, Tenn.


    · Memphis, Tenn.


    · Nashville, Tenn.


    · Austin, Texas


    · Beaumont/Port Arthur, Texas


    · Brownsville, Texas


    · Bryan/College Station, Texas


    · Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas


    · El Paso, Texas


    · Houston, Texas


    · McAllen, Texas


    · San Antonio, Texas


    · Temple/Killeen, Texas


    · Wichita Falls, Texas


    · Provo, Utah


    · Salt Lake City, Utah


    · Greater Hampton Roads, Va.


    · Richmond, Va.


    · Roanoke, Va.


    · The Tri-Cities, Tenn./Va.


    · Olympia, Wash.


    · Seattle, Wash.


    · Spokane, Wash.


    · Tacoma, Wash.


    · Charleston, W.Va.


    · Appleton/Oshkosh, Wis.


    · Green Bay, Wis.


    · Madison, Wis.


    · Milwaukee, Wis.
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    You had to put 2 line break codes in between? The page is long as heck. ;)
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    No east idaho yet :/

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    People live in Idaho...lol jk
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    XD yeah weird isn't it?

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    I thought when 4g Lte plan was first released that in 2012 the rollout was to cover interstates and major highways and cities within a 30 mile radius of said interstates and major highways. Not a big start toward that goal from this press release.:blink:
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    only 3 cities in SC?! thats alot...
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    The 4G is Modesto, CA sucks. My wife's thunderbolt pulls about 4Mb down and .5Mb up. I've tested it in a bunch of different parts of Modesto and the speed is horrible. the upoad usually stalls and stops working.

    I thought maybe it was just her phone, but she just got a replacement for a different reason and a new SIM card and its the same.
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    They already have 4G in the Appleton/Oshkosh and Green Bay, WI areas.
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    Oh snap, Glens Falls is getting 4G!? That's not too far from here! Maybe Plattsburgh NY will see 4G someday after all!
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    I'm in Utica NY....oddly this area has had some 4g since the Nexus released.

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    When will I get it?

    Verizon just sold out or handed over the last corporate store in my area (with the exception, and hour drive to Jonesboro, AR)....Back when it was Alltel, we were one of the first to get EVDO, each sizable town had a corporate store. Verizon has sold out all but the sorrriest, worst store they had. Fired people, not offering them relocation to other stores. *End rant* Anyway, when the corporate people where here, there was a group of them at one of the fancier bar/grill places around here, so I asked the friendliest looking one, he said VZ had closed a lot of corporate stores in Arkansas because Alltel had opened too many, and they were too costly to operate. I know that was just corporate BS junk, as they're just trying to save a nickel...asked him if the service would improve as there is no service when you get out of town, till you get close to the next town. He said they are going to put up a few new towers in the area over the next few months. I did see they were starting work on what appears to be a tower just outside of town, about the place the cell service starts to get kinda shoddy. Also noticed a new tower going up in Paragould, AR also in a location known to drop calls on Verizon. Not sure if either of these towers are going to be VZW, but if they close out our retail stores, the least they could do is fix some of the holes Alltel had in their network. More than two years after they take the network over.... (slight sarcasm)

    Last thing, I asked this man, when will we get 4G? I live in Blytheville, AR...right on Interstate 55. He told me February or March at the latest. I live close enough to the cell tower in the middle of town, when the leaves fall in the winter, I can see it through the branches of the neighbors trees, so I always have full signal. The other night, at 11 on the dot, the service fell, to one bar, and there were networking trucks and a local electrician truck parked by the tower the next morning, men working out there, and 3G seems a little faster, more steady, and lower latency. Could is be? Is this what I should be seeing shortly before we get 4G? I'm in between Memphis and Jonesboro, I go a little west or east and have 4G. I want it here!!!
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    Haha. I'm not getting my hopes up. I remember when they said we were getting vcast all those years ago.......
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    Just look and see if they are adding more antennas to the tower. There should be 3 more antennas for 4g. Should total 9 all together.

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    The codes seem too long for reading. Anyway, thanks so much for the information, great
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    Good to see the network expanding. No outages last month either and so far so good this month:hail:
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    they should take Phoenix off the list. its so spotty here its unreliable. no where the solidity that 3G had here
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