Verizon expands 4G LTE coverage in Ohio, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts [Update: Virginia too]

Verizon was the first major carrier in the US to launch a 4G LTE network, and ever since then, they’ve been on a warpath to stay ahead of the rest of the pack. Their most recent LTE expansions include a bunch of new markets across New Hampshire, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts. I’ll be honest, I haven’t heard of most of these places, but that just means Verizon is determined to bring LTE coverage to every nook and cranny across the US. Here’s the full list:

  • Henniker, New Hampshire
  • Canton, Ohio
  • Youngstown And Warren, Ohio
  • Northern Cambria County, Pennsylvania
  • Erie, Pennsylvania
  • Somerset, Pennsylvania
  • New Castle; Pennsylvania
  • Oil City, Pennsylvania
  • Franklin, Pennsylvania
  • Clarion, Pennsylvania
  • Barnesboro, Pennsylvania
  • Bucyrus, Ohio
  • Lima, Ohio
  • Defiance, Ohio
  • Toledo, Ohio
  • Ashtabula, Ohio
  • Mansfield, Ohio
  • Lunenburg, Massachusetts

Any of our readers in one of these markets and happy to now have LTE in your area?

Update: Looks like they’ve added a few towns in Virginia as well, including: Fredericksburg, Harrisonburg, Staunton, Waynesboro, and Martinsville.

[via Droid Life]


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