Verizon’s LTE Home Internet service has been expanded to 189 markets across 48 states, according to the company.
As more and more workers have been forced to work from home during the pandemic, home internet access has become more important than ever. The same is true of remote learning. More children than ever are enrolled in remote learning programs that require good internet access.
Unfortunately, the US still has a major disparity between the internet options individuals in cities have, versus those in rural areas. Increasingly, wireless companies are looking to bridge this gap, with both Verizon and T-Mobile offering LTE home service.
Verizon has now expanded their offerings to include 189 markets in 48 states, giving customers more choices than ever before.
“This summer, we introduced LTE Home Internet in select pilot markets, and the response from customers was incredible,” said Frank Boulben, Senior Vice President of Consumer Marketing and Products at Verizon. “It’s clear the need for connectivity has never been greater during these challenging times, that’s why today, we’re expanding LTE Home Internet to even more customers in rural areas of America who may not have access to broadband Internet.”
For those customers that fall in Verizon’s market, this will be a welcome option.