Verizon has announced again that it is expanding its blazing fast 4G LTE network to a few additional areas around the US. This time around, the carrier announced that a further 29 cities in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Massachusetts, North Dakota, New Jersey, Vermont, Delaware, Michigan and South Carolina will receive the network on May 17. If you are in one of the cities that are listed below and have recently bought one of the devices being sold by Verizon on a two-year contract that are 4G LTE capable, it looks like you will soon have a reason to rejoice.
OHIO – Canton, Bucyrus, Lima, Defiance, Toledo, Ashtabula, Mansfield and Youngstown & Warren.
PENNSYLVANIA – Lancaster and York, Cambria County, Erie, Somerset, New Castle and Oil City & Franklin
VIRGINA – Martinsville, Shenandoah and Fredericksburg
MASSACHUSETTS – Cape Cod
NEW JERSEY – Jersey Shore
NORTH DAKOTA – Dickinson and Williston
VERMONT – Northern
DELAWARE – Delaware Shore
MICHIGAN – Benton Harbor and St Joseph
SOUTH CAROLINA – Myrtle Beach