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Verizon has just released information on the next set of markets that will be receiving 4G LTE coverage, starting on November 15th. Customers in the following cities will have the service available:

  • Butte, Montana
  • Grand Junction, Colorado
  • Cody, Wyoming
  • Laramie, Wyoming
  • Rock Springs, Wyoming
  • Mt. Vernon, Illinois
  • Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri
  • Cities in "Central Missouri"

In its press releases, Verizon points out that the LTE coverage may not be blanketing the entire area of the cities just yet. Be sure to check out the street-level coverage maps before you go looking for it.

Source: Verizon; (2); (3); (4); (5)

 

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Verizon 4G LTE hitting new cities Nov 15th

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Wow! If Verizon is bringing LTE to this smaller cities you know they are doing well with their LTE rollout. This is making me second guess AT&T. :-\

That depends though. In my small town Verizon LTE is only good for 6 to 10 Mbps. I was able to outpace that on AT&T HPSA+ at 12Mbps in some areas. On a trip to Dallas I consistently got 50 to 60 Mbps on AT&T LTE. Don't throw AT&T under the bus just yet, at least from what I've seen of Verizon's so called LTE speeds.

There was a story last week that they estimate full LTE roll-out by Summer 2013, 6 months ahead if their previous estimates

Come on Verizon!!! Bring it to central/western South Florida. The Weston and Corals Springs area market is much bigger than every market you've brought it too for the last year. It's bigger than 98% of the markets that currently have it. We're talking about a market of a million plus people. The LTE coverage in South Florida doesn't drops if you're more than 6 miles west of the beach, but I'll get LTE when I'm 4 miles offshore fishing. They could have been a little smarter here in South Florida. I guess the millions of us that live in Weston, Davie, Sunrise, Plantation, Coral Springs, Margate, Tamarac, Coconut Creek, North Lauderdale, Miramar, Hialeah, Kendall, Miami Gardens, West Boca, etc, etc, etc will continue to wait while the less than 10,000 people in Cody, Wyoming get it.