Verizon expands 4G LTE market to cover 200 m + customers

Verizon, the American telecom operator is considered to be the pioneer of 4G when it launched their first batch of LTE devices during the time CES-2011 was on.

Verizon has now launched LTE devices in five new US markets and has expanded in three more markets. This takes their coverage to 195 markets and a collective reach of more than 200 million customers.

The five new locations are Brownsville, TX, Glen Falls, NY, Lawton, OK, McAllen, TX and Utica, NY. The expansion is happening in Atlanta, GA, Houston, TX and Spokane, WA.

David Small, CTO, Verizon Wireless, said that Verizon’s 4G LTE network remains the largest in the United States as 2012 dawns. The company will continue to grow its network and enable more and more people to use Verizon’s unparalleled 4G LTE services.

There was an earlier report about the sluggishness in the UK about joining the LTE race, something that Ofcom is overseeing.

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