While Verizon just got done flipping the switch and adding 15 more cities to 4G LTE on the 18th of August, it appears they aren’t looking to slow down any time soon. Today they’ve already announced another slew of cities that will be getting the same upgrade and improvements. Verizon has been steadily updating their LTE network since it launched and it continues to grow at a very fast pace. At this rate AT&T will be very behind come October or November like we’ve been hearing rumors on regarding the launch.
Come September 15th Verizon is adding another 15 or so markets to their LTE line-up. It appears they might be rolling it out in stages of 15 or so cities at a time, although we’ve seen much larger groups at once before. New cities this go around include Canton and Cleveland, Ohio and even Fargo, ND. Who remembers the awesome movie Fargo? I sure do.
Next in line for 4G LTE include:
-Rock Island, IL
-Iowa City, IA
With competitors slowly launching or even updating existing networks, Verizon adding a solid 15 or more every few weeks seems to be a great system so far. They are leaving the competition in the dust and at this rate things wont be changing any time soon either. We can expect to see another announcement with a similar list sometime shortly in September outlining the next cities for the upgrade. Keep em coming Verizon!