Areas in the Midwest and western United States are about to get a big 4G LTE boost from Verizon. The company posted a bunch of releases to its News Center yesterday and today that detail all of the new markets Verizon’s 4G LTE will soon be available in. When we say “soon,” we mean it too – Verizon 4G LTE will be available in all of the markets listed after the break on November 15, just two days from now.

That means if you live in one of these areas and you plan on getting, say, the HTC DROID DNA at launch, you’ll be able to hop on Verizon’s 4G LTE network the moment its in your hands. Most of the list is comprised of areas in Missouri, though some folks in Wyoming, Arizona, Colorado, and Montana will also be getting 4G LTE service come November 15. Have a look at the list below to see if your area will be getting 4G LTE service on Thursday:

• New Bloomfield, Missouri
• Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri
• Holts Summit, Missouri
• Otterville, Missouri
• Syracuse, Missouri
• Eldon, Missouri
• Tipton, Missouri
• Smithton, Missouri
• Etterville, Missouri
• Fulton, Missouri
• Kingdom City, Missouri
• Butte, Montana
• Laramie, Wyoming
• Cody, Wyoming
• Rock Springs/Green River, Wyoming
• Grand Junction, Colorado
• Mt. Vernon, Illinois
• Sierra Vista, Arizona
• Douglas, Arizona
• Benson, Arizona
• Nogales, Arizona

That’s certainly a fair amount of new markets, but these are just the latest in a long list of areas that have access to Verizon’s 4G LTE network. The company’s network continues to grow at a breakneck pace, and Verizon says that it should have its 4G LTE roll out finished by the middle of 2013. That’ll be coming up pretty quickly here, so it won’t be long before Verizon has 4G LTE set up and ready for use all over the country.

Verizon is the reigning king of 4G LTE, and with plans to begin wrapping up its nationwide roll out in about six months, it doesn’t look like that’s going to change anytime soon. We’ll keep you posted on new markets that are scheduled to get Verizon 4G LTE, but in the meantime, head down to the comments and tell us if you’ll be getting access to Verizon’s 4G LTE network on November 15.