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Verizon Announces Long Term Evolution LTE (4G) Locations and Plans!

In an exciting announcement earlier today, Verizon Wireless debuted their plans for bringing consumers their Long Term Evolution, or LTE, 4G network. Verizon plans to commercially launch the LTE 4G services in 38 major metropolitan areas and estimates coverage for over 110 million Americans by the end of the year. In addition to the cities listed below, Verizon is also deploying the technology in 60 larger airports across the nation to provide even more availability of the high-speed 4G network. The plan is to ultimately have full nation-wide coverage by 2013. The exciting local news, is of course, Atlanta, GA has made the list for their initial market!

To make the announcement even more exciting, Verizon also confirmed that approximately 6 new 4G capable devices will be hitting the market as the network is deployed. We still haven't heard an official announcement about the anticipated iPhone 4 with 4G LTE coverage, but check back for updates.

Cities in Verizon's initial LTE launch include the following:

Akron, Ohio

Athens, Georgia
Atlanta, Georgia

Baltimore, Maryland

Boston, Massachusetts

Charlotte, North Carolina

Chicago, Illinois

Cincinnati, Ohio

Cleveland, Ohio

Columbus, Ohio

Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, Dallas, Texas

Denver, Colorado

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Houston, Texas

Jacksonville, Florida

Las Vegas, Nevada

Los Angeles, California

Miami, Florida

Minneapolis/Saint Paul, Minnesota

Nashville, Tennessee

New Orleans, Louisiana

New York, New York

Oakland, California

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Orlando, Florida

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Phoenix, Arizona

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Rochester, New York

San Antonio, Texas

San Diego, California

San Francisco, California

San Jose, California

Seattle/Tacoma, Washington

St. Louis, Missouri

Tampa, Florida

Washington, D.C.

West Lafayette, Indiana

West Palm Beach, Florida

Thanks for reading and more info will be posted as it is made available from Verizon!


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