Verizon Wireless is the largest wireless carrier in the United States, with over 110 million customers. Although we often refer to "Verizon" as a carrier, it is actually a large telecommunications company that offers wired internet, phone and television service and also operates its subsidiary, Verizon Wireless, as the wireless carrier.
Verizon Wireless' network consists of a CDMA 3G network and...
It's hard to find cities that don't have Verizon LTE coverage at this point, but they're still rolling it out. Big red is taking its new high-speed network to several new cities and towns, all expecting to launch on December 20th:
Lamar And LaJunta, Colorado
Price And Richfield, Utah
Jackson Hole, Teton Village, Kemmerer And Pinedale, Wyoming
Port Angeles, Port Townsend And Sequim...
Verizon Wireless held a briefing today here in San Diego as part of MobileCON's day one festivities, citing the inroads it has made with its extensive LTE network. According to VZW CTO Nicola Palmer, Verizon's LTE footprint currently covers 75-percent Americans, and is scheduled to duplicate the 3G footprint by the end of 2013. At the end of September 2012, 35-percent of all of Verizon's data...
Verizon announced today that they will be flipping the 4G LTE switch tomorrow, July 19, that will bring the high-speed service to 33 new markets. They also announced the expansion of 32 markets , which will also happen July 19.
The new markets to receive 4G LTE are:
El Dorado/Magnolia, Arkansas
New London County, Connecticut
Fort Pierce/Vero Beach, Florida...
Verizon has been quickly working to expand its 4G LTE network and today they announced more additions, expansions and enhancements for it. If you're city is on the list, you won't have to wait long, as these announcements will take effect April 19th.
Pierre, South Dakota
Dodge City, Kansas...
It's that time of month again: Verizon says it will flip the LTE switch in five new markets tomorrow, while expanding coverage in three existing areas. New to the LTE game are:
Glens Falls, N.Y.
Those markets soon to see stronger and more widespread LTE signals include:
It's going to be a very busy holiday season for Verizon Wireless. With last week's release of the Droid RAZR, Big Red has made it very clear that it wants to be, at least for a few months, atop the Android heap. Now, with this week's release of the HTC Rezound, Verizon has upped the ante even further with a powerhouse of a device that skimps not on the specs. The Galaxy Nexus will close out the...
In case you've already forgotten Verizon's announcement last month on the next batch of markets to receive LTE, the following areas are official live beginning today:
Fort Myers, FL (LTE currently is available in the airport)
Sioux City, IA
Terre Haute, IN
Birmingham, AL (The footprint will also extend out I-65 North to Cullman, I-59...
Verizon announced today that it will be turning on its LTE coverage in a slew of cities this Thursday, May 19. Customers in the following cities will soon be cruising in the fast lane: Mobile, Ala. Montgomery, Ala. Pensacola, Fla. Tallahassee, Fla. Fayetteville-Lumberton, N.C. In addition, Verizon will be expanding its LTE network to cover a larger area in the following markets:...
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