New Verizon Cell Site Helps Schofield Barracks Residents, Employees And Visitors Make More Calls, Download More Apps And Stay Connected

Fri Jan 11, 2013 3:24pm EST

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HONOLULU,  Jan. 11, 2013  /PRNewswire/ -- Calling, downloading apps and surfing
the web on the Verizon Wireless network is now easier and faster for residents,
employees and visitors at Schofield Barracks thanks to a new cell site. The new
site provides improved wireless coverage and capacity at Schofield Barracks in 

Verizon Wireless' 4G LTE network is now available in more than 470 markets
across the country, surpassing its previously announced goal of providing its
mobile broadband service in 400 markets by the end of 2012. Additional markets
are planned, with 4G LTE coverage of the entire 3G network footprint planned for
the end of 2013.

The network upgrade is part of the company's ongoing investment to keep
improving and strengthening the nation's largest and most reliable wireless

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reliable 3G network. The company serves nearly 96 million retail customers,
including 90.4 million retail postpaid customers.  Headquartered in  Basking
Ridge, N.J., with more than 75,000 employees nationwide, Verizon Wireless is a
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