Verizon opening more 4G LTE markets June 16

Carrier will bring or expand its 4G LTE coverage to over a dozen new cities across the U.S. next month.


Verizon will launch or expand its 4G LTE wireless coverage to over a dozen new markets on June 16, the carrier announced today in a series of press releases.

Among the cities to receive Verizon's faster data coverage are: Salt Lake City, Utah; Spokane, Wash.; Madison and Milwaukee, Wis.; Hartford, Conn.; Boise, Idaho; Sacramento, Calif.; Grand Rapids, Mich.; and Springfield, Ohio. Detroit and the San Francisco Bay Area will see expanded LTE coverage at that time.

Verizon has been gradually rolling out its 4G LTE service since the operator's initial December launch .

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