Verizon Wireless 4G LTE Network Will Be Available To More Than 2/3 Of U.S. Population Starting April 19 

Verizon Wireless will cover more than two-thirds of the U.S. population with its 4G LTE network, the nation’s largest, in 27 new markets and expands in 44 markets on April 19. With the new and expanded markets, Verizon Wireless continues to lead the industry in 4G LTE deployment, offering network coverage in 230 markets across the United States. By the end of 2012, the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE network will be available in more than 400 markets, and will be available to more than 260 million people in the United States.

With the continued growth of the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE network, people in more areas of the United States will be able to take advantage of the speed and connectivity offered by the nation’s fastest 4G network. Verizon Wireless currently offers more than 20 4G LTE-enabled devices, including the new Lucid by LG and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7.

Northeast markets set to start speeding along on Verizon’s 4G LTE super highway include Salisbury, MD and Cattaraugus/Allegany, NY.

Plus expansions in:

  • Boston and Worcester, MA
  • Manchester/Nashua, NH
  • Buffalo/Niagara Falls and New York, NY
  • Providence/Pawtucket, RI

Verizon Wireless Brings The Power Of Its 4G LTE Network To Hagerstown And Western Maryland On Oct. 20

Mike Maiorana, Verizon Wireless president of the Maryland, Virginia, Washington, DC region, today announced that the company is launching the world’s first large-scale 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) network in Hagerstown, Maryland on Oct. 20.

Already, Verizon Wireless’ 4G LTE network is available in 143 cities across the country including Frederick and the Greater Washington/Baltimore area with 12 devices for consumers to choose from, including the new Pantech Breakout™ and DROID BIONIC™ by Motorola. With this latest expansion, residents who live in Hagerstown with 4G LTE devices will be able to take advantage of the power of the 4G LTE network with speeds up to 10 times faster than the company’s 3G network.