News by Andrew Kameka on Friday December 14, 2012.
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Verizon Wireless will expand its 4G LTE network next week, adding a handful of new locations to the more that 470 markets that it already covers. The leading LTE-provider in the U.S. has announced that it will extend service to some smaller markets beginning December 20. Here's a list of the areas expected to gain 4G LTE coverage next week:
Lamar and Lajunta, Colorado
In Lamar, 4G LTE coverage will include the city and extend along Hwy 50 from County Road 6 to County Road 11. In LaJunta, coverage will include the city and extend along Hwy 50 from County Road 25 to County Road 34.
Klamath Falls and Roseburg, Oregon
Service will cover new 4G LTE sites located in Klamath Falls, Roseburg and Sutherlin.
Price and Richfield, Utah
In Price, 4G LTE coverage will extend along Hwy 6 from Power Plant Road in Price Canyon to the south end of Price, including the town of Helper. In Richfield, coverage will extend along I-70 to include Aurora, Annabella, Glenwood and Salina.
Kennewick, Pasco And Richland, Washington
Service will cover new 4G LTE sites located in Kennewick, Pasco and Richland.
Port Angeles, Port Townsend And Sequim, Washington
Service will cover new 4G LTE sites located in Port Angeles, Port Townsend and Sequim.
Clarksburg, Grafton and Salem, West Virginia
Service will cover new 4G LTE sites located in Clarksburg, Grafton and Salem, West Virginia.
Jackson Hole, Teton Village, Kemmerer and Pinedale, Wyoming
Service will cover Jackson Hole, Teton Village, Kemmerer and Pinedale. In addition, 4G LTE coverage will include such key locations as the Snow King Ski Resort, town of Jackson and the Teton National Park south entrance to Snake River Ranch Road.
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