Verizon upgrades its 4G LTE network in Fort Wayne, Elkhart, and other Indiana cities
Bigwig US wireless carrier Verizon Wireless has revealed in a recent announcement that its 4G LTE network has been upgraded to `XLTE' in Fort Wayne, Elkhart, and other Indiana cities.
According to the announcement made by Verizon, the upgraded `XLTE' network will enable the Verizon customers to avail the advantage of greater 4G LTE network capacity and faster speeds. Verizon said that its enhanced XLTE service is now available in more than half of the company's over 500 4G LTE markets across the US.
Verizon claims that its XLTE service can - at a minimum - increase the capacity of its 4G LTE network by two times; thanks to the fact that XLTE uses the company's Advanced Wireless Services spectrum.
For upgrading the 4G LTE network to XLTE in Indiana cities, Verizon has added a Distributed Antenna System on the grounds, so that more capacity can be created during peak usage of the wireless network. The increased capacity will facilitate faster uploading of photos and videos to social media, and easier communication in Summerfest.
Other than Fort Wayne and Elkhart, other Indiana cities in which Verizon's XLTE service is available include Anderson; Bedford; Bloomington; Columbus; Evansville; Indianapolis; Kokomo; Lafayette; Logansport; Marion; Mishawaka; Richmond; South Bend; Terre Haute; Vincennes; and Washington.
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