U.S. Cellular Expands 4G LTE Coverage in Eastern Iowa

By Dave DeWitte, Reporter

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CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa — U.S. Cellular said Tuesday that it has launched a 4G LTE data network in Manchester, Independence and other parts of Buchanan and Delaware counties.

The 4G LTE network provides higher data speeds that enhance the experience of high-bandwidth applications such as watching movies and video chatting. The network was developed in conjunction with King Street Wireless, and also covers the Jesup, Hopkinton and Winthrop areas.

U.S. Cellular recently expanded its 4G LTE coverage to select cities in Iowa, Wisconsin, North Carolina and Oklahoma. It previously offered 4G LTE in leading markets of Illinois, Maryland, Missouri, New Hampshire, Vermont, Virginia and West Virginia.

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