U.S. Cellular Expands LTE Footprint with Additional 600 Cell Sites in 10 States

2 April 2015
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U.S. Cellular Expands LTE Footprint with Additional 600 Cell Sites in 10 States

U.S. Cellular Tuesday announced the expansion of the company's 4G footprint with an additional 600 4G LTE cell sites across 10 states. U.S Cellular embarks on the 4G expansion plan by teaming with its spectrum partner, King Street Wireless which holds the 700 MHz wireless spectrum in 27 states.

U.S. Cellular's 4G LTE deployment is expected to cover more than 2,000 new cities and town, covering California, Maine, Maryland, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Oregon, Vermont, Virginia, Washington and West Virginia, said the company. With the upgrades in the pipeline, U.S. Cellular is determined to deliver the best customer experience by offering national coverage, high-quality network along with flexible plans that meet a variety of customer needs. 

Michael S. Irizarry, Executive VP & CTO, U.S. Cellular
We are a wireless carrier with national coverage that keep our customers connected in the places where life happens, even where you least expect it. This network expansion brings fast 4G LTE speeds to areas that other carriers ignore, illustrating our commitment to provide our customers the best high-quality network and making sure that your phone works when and where you need it – wherever you are.

Image by Rich Niewiroski Jr.(CC BY 2.5), Wikimedia Commons

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