by Joe White
May 21, 2013
Verizon's LTE network has expanded once again, adding coverage for an additional six markets, the carrier recently announced. The new locations are: Durango, Colo.; Corbin and Madisonville, Ky.; Adrian and Mount Pleasant, Mich.; and Marietta, Ohio. As such, Verizon subscribers can now access the carrier's 4G network in an impressive 497 locations nationwide. It is estimated that by the middle of this year, all of Verizon's 3G markets will be covered by its super fast LTE network. Earlier this month, rival carrier AT&T also expanded its LTE network to cover additional U.S. locations, and is presently available in 221 markets. Though some subscribers had previously reported sluggish cellular download speeds, a recent hack allows iPhone owners to give their AT&T-powered smartphone a speed boost. To see a full list of Verizon's LTE markets, check out the carrier's website. Are you connected to an LTE network? For further industry related news, see: AT&T To Waive All Overage Fees For Oklahoma Tornado Victims Through June 30, AT&T To Enable FaceTime Over Cellular For All Users By The End Of The Year, and Apple Releases Testimony On Alleged Tax Avoidance, US Senators Cite "Unusual Tactics".