On June 16, Verizon will turn on 4G coverage a a number of new 4G LTE markets, adding a number of smaller cities and metropolitan areas in the Midwest and California. In a series of press releases, the wireless carrier has announced coverage for more than 30 areas. We’ve gathered the press releases and organized the cities by state below. Check out the list to see if your area is getting 4G! For more detail on LTE areas, click on the links.
Alabama: Mobile, MontgomeryCalifornia: Sacramento, Fresno, San Francisco Bay Area Connecticut: New Haven, Greater Fairfield, Greater Hartford Florida: Gainesville, Pensacola, Tallahassee Idaho: Boise Indiana: Indianapolis, Fort Wayne Michigan: Lansing, Flint, Grand RapidsNew Jersey: Basking RidgeNorth Carolina: Fayetteville-Lumberton Ohio: Dayton, SpringfieldPennsylvania: Erie, State College, HarrisburgSouth Carolina: Greenville-SpartanburgSouth Dakota: Sioux Falls Texas: Bryan-College Station, Temple-Killeen Utah: Salt Lake City Washington: Spokane Wisconsin: Milwaukee, Racine, Kenosha, Wisconsin Dells Expanded coverage: in Chicago, Denver, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Metro Detroit
Verizon launched its LTE network in 39 cities last year, but has added new areas with a plan to have 175 areas covered by the end of the year. The company hopes to cover most of the country by 2013.