Verizon Brings 4G LTE in 22 New Markets

It also expands the available coverage in 40 other regions

Today, mobile phone carrier Verizon Wireless officially announced the availability of its 4G LTE network in 22 new markets around the United States.

Furthermore, the company has expanded the available coverage in no less than 40 other markets, now offering 4G LTE connectivity in a total of 441 regions in the country.

Starting today, users in Butte, Montana; Mount Vernon, Illinois; Grand Junction, Colorado; Rock Springs, Wyoming and several parts of Southern Arizona such as Sierra Vista, Douglas, Benson and Nogales will enjoy the benefits of Big Red’s LTE network.

The network has also been expanded to Galesburg; Bessemer, Mich., and Hurley, Wis.; York County, Adams County, Lancaster County, Cody, Laramie and Rock Springs/Green River area, the wireless carrier announced.

“Since its launch, 4G LTE has become the fastest growing mobile network technology in the United States. New technologies that take advantage of the advanced network have transformed users’ lives,” the wireless carrier notes.

“The growth of 4G LTE is changing the ways businesses communicate, enabling companies to wirelessly connect more and more.”

Users in these areas can take advantage of the benefits of 4G LTE on a variety of devices, including smartphones such as DROID RAZR MAXX HD by Motorola, Samsung Galaxy S III, and Windows Phone 8X by HTC.

Soon, they will also enjoy the coverage on the brand new DROID DNA by HTC, which is set to arrive on shelves on November 21 with a large 5-inch full HD screen.

“The breadth of 4G LTE networks means people can now video chat or play multi-player games in real time while at the beach instead of at their desk or home office,” Verizon notes.

“Connecting multiple devices with a mobile hotspot means students can access all of their coursework and research materials wherever they are, or catch up on their favorite TV shows.”

Those who would like to learn more on Verizon’s 4G LTE network should head over to this page on the wireless carrier’s website.

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