Mobile networking just keeps getting better. Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE:VZ) just announced their expansion of the LTE Network. Starting April 19, they will add their networks to many more cities and towns across the nation including Auburn, AL; Tuscaloosa, AL; Pine Bluff, AR; Siloam Springs, AR; Van Buren, AR; Visalia/Porterville, CA; Fort Walton Beach, FL; Ocala, FL; Brunswick, GA; La Grange, GA; Macon/Warner Robins, GA; Peoria, Ill; Kokomo/Logansport, IN; Marion, IN; Dodge City, KS; Garden City,KS; Garden City, KS; Great Bend, KS; Hays, KS; Salibury, MD; Cattaragus, NY; Allegany, NY; Sandusky, OH; Ardmore, OK; Ponca City,OK; Salem/Albany/Corvallis, OR; Pierre, SD; Tyler, TX; and Big Springs, TX.

Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE:VZ) will also expand its 4G network in the areas it currently operates, these areas include: Phoenix, AZ; Tucson, AZ; Bakersfield, CA; Fresno, CA; Modesto, CA; Sacremento, CA; Salinas/Monterey, CA; San Diego, CA; San Francisco, CA; San Louis Obispo, CA; Stockton, CA; Colorado Springs, CO; Fort Collins/Loveland, CO; Sarasota/Bradenton, FL; Boise/Nampa, ID; Carbondale/Marion, Ill; Rockford, Ill; Fort Wayne, IN; Indianapolis, IN; Des Moines, IA; Boston, MA; Worcester, MA; Detroit, MI; St. Louis, MO, Las Vegas, NV; Manchester/Nashua, NH; Albuquerque/Santa Fe, NM; Buffalo/Niagra Falls, NY; Akron, OH; Cleveland, OH; Columbus, OH; Oklahoma City, OK; Tulsa, OK; Portland, OR; Providence/Pawtucket, RI; Nashville, TN; El Paso, TX, Provo/Orem, UT; Salt Lake City/Ogden UT; Olympia/Centralia, WA; and Spokane, WA.

Verizon’s LTE networks provide faster internet speeds which makes downloading and uploading data much faster. David Small, the chief technical officer claims that his company plans to bring more coverage to more areas and to expand already-covered areas. This is to provide a better overall experience for mobile net surfers everywhere.

Mobile internet continues to grow as more users ditch traditional computers and laptops in favor more portable devices such as smart phones and tablet computers. Verizon, like many other mobile carriers, is just capitalizing on the future of the web.