Verizon LTE network expansion goes live in many U.S. cities, more on the way

With the announcement of the iPhone 5 bringing LTE, we expected to hear a lot more about carriers rolling out or extending their LTE coverage and to no surprise, they've done just that. Verizon has announced plenty of new bring their claimed LTE coverage to 75% of the U.S. population.

  • American Falls, Idaho
  • Americus, Georgia
  • Aspen-Snowmass, Colorado
  • Billing and Helena, Montana
  • Bremerton, Colorado
  • Coffeyvilley, Kansas
  • Cheyenne, Wyoming
  • Ellijay, Georgia
  • Emporia, Kansas
  • Greely Colorado
  • Lawrence, Kansas
  • Marion County, Ohio
  • Moultry, Georgia
  • Merced, California
  • Pueblo, Colorado
  • Richmond, Indiana
  • Silverdale, Colorado
  • Statesboro, Georgia
  • Tifton, Georgia

A few more expansions on existing LTE zones are planned to go live tomorrow as well. Check out the full list below.

  • Asheville, North Carolina
  • Arizona (southern area "includes Interstate 10 north to include Marana and east to Vail; the community of Sonoita; and along Highway 86 west to Three Points.")
  • Bemidji, Minnesota
  • Bloomington, Illinois
  • Clinton, Iowa
  • Dayton, Ohio
  • Greater Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • Kansas, City, Missouri
  • Lincoln, Nebraska
  • Normal, Illinois
  • Mattoon, Illinois
  • Morehead City, North Carolina
  • Lincoln, Nebraska
  • Omaha, Nebraska
  • Peoria, Illinois
  • Quad Cities, Iowa
  • Rochester, Minnesota
  • San Diego, California
  • Springfield, Ohio
  • Sterling, Illinois

Source: Verizon

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Verizon LTE network expansion goes live in many U.S. cities, more on the way


Ugh, I must live in the area of the 25% lol. I'm 20 miles from one spot, and 15 miles from the other. Both places that are significantly smaller than where I live. Yet, they have LTE, and we don't. :(

I Live in Stroudsburg, PA and we have LTE for Verizon here, why does't Verizon say there is coverage here?

Its probably not deployed 100% and until then Verizon won't make it official. It may be in the testing stages.