Verizon Announces the Next Wave of Cities Getting 4G Switched On August 18

| July 26, 2011 | Reply

Verizon is keeping up with the promise of 4g for the masses. They have announced hat new and expanded coverage will be switched on in the following cities:

Bakersfield, Salinas, and Monterey, Ca.; Collins, Co.; Council Bluffs, Iowa; Worcester, Mass.; Omaha, Neb.; Albany, Ithaca, and Syracuse, N.Y.; Columbus, Ohio; Altoona and Johnstown, Pa.; and Provo/Orem, Utah. The carrier is also expanding coverage in MetroWest, Mass.; Nyack, West Nyack, Orangeburg, Pearl Riverl, and Spring Valley, N.Y.; and Cincinnati, Ohio. We’re assuming that some of the locations listed will be getting expanded coverage, as¬†some of them¬†already have 4G coverage.

If you are in these areas and just out of reach of 4g coverage or were hoping it would come to your area at all, you can check the week of August 18 for the LTE connectivity.

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