Verizon has painted the town a deeper shade of red. 461 cities and towns across the United States, to be precise.
It has initiated LTE Advanced service at your nearest major metropolis and many roads that connect them to one another. All of this, Verizon says, without additional cost to the 288 million potential customers affected.
Verizon says it has 39 LTE-A capable devices in its population and is actively selling 26 of them right now, dating back to the iPhone 6. If you have a Samsung Galaxy Note 5, a BlackBerry Priv or LG V10, you’re all set. Several tablets also have LTE-A.