You can see coverage of Verizon 2G (voice calls), 3G (data) and 4G (LTE) as well as Verizon tower locations.
Continue Reading Making the call to improve satellite coverage also improves battery life and provides users with clearer and crisper connections in more areas of the United States.
The call to upgrade the towers is free and works on most Verizon phones, such as the Treo, Black Berry and LG.
Verizon has the distinction of being the biggest wireless carrier in the United States, with approximately 115 million subscribers as of 2014.
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.
Cell phone users who use Verizon as a carrier can reset their satellite by dialing *228, then selecting option two.