Verizon expands 4G LTE June 16

"Verizon expands 4G LTE June 16"

misleading title... when i read it I thought VRZ had finally brought "4g" up to the 100mbps spec its supposed to be...

regardless of so called "4g" speeds shortcomings, theres still no 3.1G in my service area yet...
 
I ran a speedtest earlier and was getting 28-30 mbps download and 3-5 mbps upload so this is a major improvement from 3G for me.

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Unlisted coverage... did they mess up?

All of a sudden, out of the blue, our phones show the 4G icon in certain parts of the house, and we're over 15 miles from the nearest published 4G area. Near Fenton, MI (between Brighton and Flint. Seems unusual, but I'll take it!
 
^ Makes HTC Sense IMO, if you look on Verizon's coverage map (the one where you can move around the map and zoom- not the "4G LTE" one) and click "4G LTE" then refresh, you see there's the 4G coverage, then "Expanded 4G Coverage" where you *may* get 4G, but barely. That's you! lol


Anyway, is FL just now getting 4G? Because Verizon's 4G map (mentioned above :p) shows half the state has 4G coverage, excluding Port Charlotte haha
 
Flint michigan? Are you serious!? If detroit is the armpit of michigan, flint is the sweat on the crotch of michigan. Can we get some love for the savannah georgia area, 1 of the largest ports in america and 1 of the biggest tourist destinations in the country?

Well as bad as Flint is, with the coverage it should also cover the surrounding areas, which are actually pretty nice.

All of a sudden, out of the blue, our phones show the 4G icon in certain parts of the house, and we're over 15 miles from the nearest published 4G area. Near Fenton, MI (between Brighton and Flint. Seems unusual, but I'll take it!

From what Ive been told the coverage gives you maybe a 20 or 30 mile or so area around the city. so the areas arounf Flint should have coverage too. Im thinking Fenton, Burton, Grand Blanc and Davison maybe.
 
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