Verizon's Mike Haberman today detailed a number of improvements coming to the carrier's LTE network next year. In short, the carrier in red will be rolling out carrier aggregation, adding more coverage for VoLTE, and continuing to refarm its PCS spectrum for LTE.
Perhaps the most notable change is the implementation of carrier aggregation. According to a report by Fierce Wireless:
In addition, Verizon is working on refarming its PCS spectrum for LTE:
On the coverage front, Fierce Wireless reports that Verizon's network will eventually support 4x4 MIMO:
Finally, Haberman states that VoLTE deployment has been going well, and it is set to become Verizon's default voice offering as it continues to mature.