Does Verizon offer 4G LTE in your area? The answer is now, more than ever, “yes.” The carrier announced on Thursday that it has activated 29 new 4G LTE markets in the United States, bringing the total count of covered markets to 470, which is more than any other U.S. wireless carrier.
The new markets include Selma, Alabama; Flagstaff, Prescott and Yuma, Arizona; Eureka, California; Burlington, Marshalltown, Mason City and Oskaloosa, Iowa; Ashland, Kentucky; Bangor and Lewistown/Aurburn, Maine; Petoskey, Michigan; McComb/Brookhaven, Mississippi; Cape Girardeau, Missouri; Hastings, Nebraska; Roswell and Gallup, New Mexico; Portsmouth, Ohio; Muskogee, Oklahoma; Klamath Falls and Roseburg, Oregon; Sumter, South Carolina; Tri Cities and Port Angeles, Washington and Clarksburg, West Virginia.
Anyone interested in using Verizon Wireless’ 4G LTE network should consider checking out the recently launched HTC DROID DNA or the Samsung Galaxy Note II, two of our favorite Android-powered smartphones offered by Verizon Wireless. You may also want to consider the iPhone 5 or the Nokia Lumia 822.