We’ve been talking quite a bit about Verizon lately. Between launching multiple new 4G LTE devices, including the Galaxy Camera, to updating markets across the US with 4G LTE speeds. Last week we reported many new cities in the northwest were set to receive 4G LTE, but today Verizon has announced another 16 cities to add to their ever growing list.

Starting on December 20th Verizon will be turning on their blazing fast 4G LTE network services in multiple cities throughout Washington and Oregon. We later learned that December 20th they’d also be firing up a few more in Utah and Idaho. Apparently that wasn’t all either because today they’ve announced another 16 locations.

Talk about not slowing down anytime soon! Verizon is miles ahead of their original projections. They’ve passed all their goals, exceeded 400 4G LTE markets, and is widely available to millions and millions of Americans. They’ve recently celebrated 2 years since launching LTE, and expect their rollout to be 100% complete by the middle of next year. That’s less than 3 years to give their entire “can you hear me now” network next-gen “long term evolution” 4G speeds on their smartphones and tablets.

Ruidoso, NM
Farmington and Gallup, NM
Flagstaff, Prescott, And Sedona, AZ
Casa Grande, AZ
Saddlebrooke, AZ
Payson, AZ
Marshalltown, IA
Mason City and Charles City, IA
Oskaloosa, IA
McCook, Hastings, and Kerney NE

On top of all the other regions and cities we announced last week, Verizon Wireless just confirmed the 16 new locations listed above. Stating that they’ll all also be able to enjoy 4G LTE on the 20th of December too. A quick little Christmas gift for the millions of users in Iowa and Arizona. Stay tuned for more details and expect these LTE speeds to show up soon.


  1. Their service is horrible where I live, and I’m in one of the main markets. Can’t even get service in my office, right by a tower too. I wouldn’t ever go with them again, because their plans are ridiculously high just like att.

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