Verizon Wireless 4G LTE Network has been doing great. They have many people already on the network, and they are expanding again. They want as many people to be able to have access to their insanely fast 4G Network as possible. Customers who use their network get data speeds of 5-12Mbps for download and 2-5Mbps for upload. There network provides very fast speeds. The announcement of the new expansion shows Verizon’s commitment to the ongoing expansion of their lighting fast 4G LTE Network in the New York Metro region. The expansion tomorrow will be in Southern Rockland County, New York Srate. They will be activating a cluster of 4G LTE cell sites in the area. Pat Devlin ,President of Verizon Wireless in the New York Metro Region, had to say this about the expansion, “Our goal is to bring the game-changing 4G LTE network to the entire New York Metro Region. Beginning tomorrow, many of our Rockland County customers will have access to the nation’s most advanced 4G LTE network and we’re excited to offer them those faster speeds and brand new line of devices, including smartphones and tablets. These network enhancements are in key areas where local businesses and consumers alike will be able to benefit the most from our high-speed wireless services,”. Not only do they get access to the lighting fast network but, they get access to some of the best devices that Verizon Wireless has to offer. This is also bringing Verizon closer to their goal of having the whole New York Metro Region covered by their 4G LTE Network. It is great to see Verizon’s commitment to the expansion of its network. You can see the full Press Release Below.
Verizon Wireless Expanded 4G LTE Network Launches Tomorrow In Southern Rockland County, New York State
• Over 80% of the New York Metro Region has access to the nation’s fastest and most advanced 4G LTE network
• Average 4G LTE data rates are 5-12 Mbps on the downlink and 2-5 Mbps on the uplink
• Addition of new cell sites shows Verizon’s commitment to the ongoing expansion of the 4G LTE network within the New York Metro region
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WARREN, NJ — Verizon Wireless, provider of the fastest and most advanced 4G LTE network in America, has expanded its network coverage in Southern Rockland County by activating a cluster of 4G LTE cell sites across the area. The network will launch tomorrow and will be available to customers in Nyack, West Nyack, Orangeburg, Pearl River, Spring Valley and Blauvelt.
“Our goal is to bring the game-changing 4G LTE network to the entire New York Metro Region,” said Pat Devlin, president of Verizon Wireless, New York Metro Region. “Beginning tomorrow, many of our Rockland County customers will have access to the nation’s most advanced 4G LTE network and we’re excited to offer them those faster speeds and brand new line of devices, including smartphones and tablets. These network enhancements are in key areas where local businesses and consumers alike will be able to benefit the most from our high-speed wireless services.”
Residents of Southern Rockland County will now be able to enjoy the new Verizon Wireless 4G LTE devices, including the recently launched Revolution™ by LG, DROID Charge by Samsung,Thunderbolt by HTC and the 4G LTE-enabled Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. In addition, customers will be able to connect to the nation’s fastest and most advanced network on-the-go with the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE USB Modem 551L, USB modems from LG andPantech, as well as 4G LTE Mobile Hotspots by Novatel and Samsung. All 4G LTE devices are “backward compatible,” so they will default to 3G service when 4G LTE is not available. The Verizon Wireless 3G network is available coast to coast and is the most reliable in the country.
Verizon Wireless is focused on a disciplined deployment approach that continues year after year. The company’s 700 MHz spectrum provides unique advantages with 4G LTE, including a contiguous, nationwide network license. With this latest progression of wireless technology, the company has measured average data rates to be 5 to 12 megabits per second (Mbps) on the downlink and 2 to 5 Mbps on the uplink. These speeds will allow for smooth mobile video-conferencing, multiple simultaneous video streams, speedy transfer of large files, downloading and running of powerful programs, and numerous other applications that help improve productivity on the go.