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Below are the latest Verizon coverage maps. You can see coverage of Verizon 2G (voice calls), 3G (data) and 4G (LTE) as well as Verizon tower locations.

Note: we are continually updating our data set to be more accurate. If you have an Android or iOS device you can help us make the maps even more accurate (as well as improving your own connection) by downloading the OpenSignal app.

About Verizon Cellular Coverage

Verizon is the largest network in the US, with over 115 million subscribers. They invest heavily in their customers, spending an average of over $6 billion a year on network upgrades. This has lead to Verizon having the largest 4G LTE network in the United States (roll-out began in October 2011), covering 497 markets (as of June 2013) meaning that around 90% of the US population has at least some access to 4G LTE. Verizon's average 4G LTE download speed is 9.9Mbps. Of course all networks vary by location, so just because Verizon has an extensive reach that doesn't necessarily mean it will be right for you. Check our map for coverage in your area and the places you go most often.

What you can do about poor Verizon signal

You have a few options available to your to improve your Verizon signal:

  • Try one of their femtocells.Verizon have a device called the Verizon Network Extender, which is a femtocell for the Verizon network. A femtocell is a mini cell tower, which uses your broadband internet connection to provide a cellular signal.
  • Try a cellular repeater. A cellular repeater takes existing signal, amplifies it and rebroadcasts it around your home or office. They are harder to setup than a femtocell, but will cover all US networks, both voice and 3G.
  • Change networks. If you are at the end of your contract you are free to move networks. If you wish to take your phone with you your only option is another CDMA carrier like Sprint. You won't be able to take your phone to a GSM network like AT&T or T-Mobile. If you are still on contract Verizon charge an Early Termination Fee of $175-$350 depending on the device, with reductions depending on how much of your contract you have fulfilled. You might be able to reduce the charge if you argue that the network is unusable in your area.

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