Verizon XLTE hits six new cities, including Jackson and Selma

Verizon has announced that it has expanded its XLTE service to six more cities across the U.S. Verizon has over 400 total XLTE markets, with the service providing up to double the speed of standard 4G LTE. Phones such as the HTC One M9 and Samsung Galaxy S6 are compatible with XLTE.

XLTE is now live in the following locations:

  • Carlsbad-Artesia, NM
  • Coos Bay-North Bend, OR
  • Corbin, KY
  • Jackson, MS
  • Selma, AL
  • Stevens Point-Marshfield, WI

Four out of five Verizon LTE markets across the country now have access to XLTE. You can find the full range of XLTE-compatible phones and tablets (opens in new tab) on Verizon's website.

Source: Verizon (opens in new tab)

Joseph Keller
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  • yesterday i was just telling my wife that i'm happy with the current LTE speeds from verizon. I get around 22-30 mbps. Ridiculously awesome how fast these wireless faster speeds keep rolling out.
  • I'm from Prescott az and I'm getting 300kb down on xlte and lte. Went to a smaller town about 45 minutes away and was getting 50mb down. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I'm getting 60+ on Sprint. Posted via the HTC One M9
  • On what block. Posted via the Android Central App
  • +1 LG G2
    Nexus 5
  • In northern Arizona you have to have Verizon. Even att is horrible. I've had all 4 carriers this last year and Verizon is the best. Only paying 90 a month for ten gigs and 2 lines. Really wanted project fi but I'm not waiting forever. Where Sprint sucks here T-Mobile is great and vice versa. Posted via the Android Central App
  • 300kbs??? Wow. The Magenta Network is running strong.
  • Tell me about it. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I just wish Verizons signal wasnt so bad where I live. Youd think with living in the panhandle of FL that the signal should be near perfect but its sadly mediocre. Not that anyone elses is much better but thats beside the point. Before moving here I was use to verizon always being the best.
  • Verizon signal is really spotty here in Rancho Cucamonga 91730
    I have been using Rootmetrics and OpenSignal to report this. I see accurate reporting from OpenSingnal but false on Rootmetrics. I think Verizon is slipping them some money to report diffrent.