Nevada Customers Benefit From $76 Million Verizon Wireless Network Investment In 2010

LAS VEGAS, NV — Verizon Wireless invested nearly $76 million during 2010 in Nevada to provide new wireless services, network coverage and additional capacity for its customers across the state. The multi-million spend in 2010 brings Verizon Wireless network investment in the Silver State to more than $590 million in the last decade, and more than $65 billion nationally.

The 2010 investment funded the continued enhancement of the company’s industry-leading 3G network, and initial rollout of the nation’s fastest and most advanced 4G LTE (Long-Term Evolution) high-speed wireless network.

In December, Verizon Wireless launched 4G LTE in 38 markets and 60 airports nationwide, including in greater Las Vegas. The company will continue to expand 4G LTE in these areas and into more than 140 new markets in 2011 and is scheduled to cover the state with the advanced wireless technology by 2013.

Continuing to enhance both the Nevada 3G and 4G LTE networks will help ensure that customers receive the most reliable and advanced coverage for making voice calls, sending e-mails, text and picture messages, connecting to the Internet and accessing tens of thousands of applications, games, video, music and many other features from their phone, notebook, netbook, tablet or other wireless device.

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