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Innovations in healthcare, education, sustainability and more fueled by Verizon Wireless' $641 million network investment in

   Innovations in healthcare, education, sustainability and more fueled by
   Verizon Wireless' $641 million network investment in California in 2012

PR Newswire

IRVINE, Calif., Feb. 1, 2013

IRVINE, Calif., Feb. 1, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --In 2012, technology solutions
made possible by the strength of the Verizon Wireless network helped millions
more Americans access preventative healthcare and made one of the largest
recyclers in the nation more efficient. School buses outfitted with wireless
connections helped students continue learning outside of the school walls and
arrive home safely.Businesses kept the lights on and systems running thanks
to reliable wireless emergency-backup options.And professional sports teams
transformed their on-field and on-court operations using connected tablets.

"Our technology and networks help to make people stronger by delivering
powerful solutions for consumers and businesses," said Walter Jones, West Area
vice president of Network, Verizon Wireless.

Verizon Wireless invested $641 million during 2012 in California to provide
new wireless services, expanding network coverage and capacity for customers
across the state.Verizon Wireless' network investment in the Golden State now
totals more than $7.8 billion since 2000.

Nationally, Verizon Wireless has invested more than $80 billion since it was
formed to increase the coverage and capacity of its premier nationwide
networks and to add new services.

As part of its 2012 network investment, Verizon Wireless expanded its 4G LTE
network throughout California including:

Alameda County

  oBerkeley
  oFremont
  oLivermore
  oOakland

Butte County

  oChico
  oOroville
  oParadise
  oPalermo

Contra Costa County

  oAntioch
  oBrentwood
  oPittsburg

Fresno County

  oCalwa
  oCoalinga
  oFirebaugh
  oFowler
  oFresno
  oMendota
  oReedley
  oSanger

Glenn County

  oOrland

Humboldt County

  oArcata
  oCutten
  oEureka
  oFields Landing
  oFortuna
  oMcKinleyville

Kern County

  oArvin
  oBakersfield
  oButtonwillow
  oGrapevine
  oLake Isabella
  oLost Hills
  oMaricopa
  oMcKittrick
  oMesa Marin
  oMojave
  oShafter
  oTaft
  oTehachapi

Kings County

  oAvenal
  oCorcoran
  oKettleman
  oLemoore

Lake County

  oClear Lake
  oLakeport
  oMiddletown

Los Angeles County

  oActon
  oAgua Dulce
  oCanyon Country
  oLancaster
  oNewhall
  oPalmdale
  oQuartz Hill
  oSanta Clarita
  oSaugus
  oStevenson Ranch
  oValencia

Madera County

  oMadera

Marin County

  oMill Valley
  oNicasio
  oNovato
  oSan Rafael
  oSausalito/Tiburon
  oTomales

Mariposa County

  oBear Valley

Mendocino County

  oBoonville
  oFort Bragg
  oHopland
  oMendocino
  oUkiah

Merced County

  oGustine
  oHilmar
  oMerced

Monterey County

  oCarmel
  oMonterey
  oSalinas

Napa County

  oAngwin
  oCalistoga
  oCoombsville
  oNapa
  oRutherford
  oSt. Helena
  oYountville

Placer County

  oLincoln
  oRocklin
  oRoseville

Riverside County

  oBanning
  oBeaumont
  oBlythe
  oButterfield
  oCalimesa
  oCathedral City
  oCoachella
  oDesert Hot Springs
  oHemet
  oIndian Wells
  oIndio
  oJurupa Valley
  oLa Quinta
  oMoreno Valley
  oPalm Desert
  oPalm Springs
  oRancho Mirage
  oSan Jacinto

Sacramento County

  oSacramento

San Benito County

  oHollister

San Bernardino County

  oAdelanto
  oApple Valley
  oBig Bear Lake
  oColton
  oFort Irwin
  oGrand Terrace
  oHesperia
  oHighland
  oJoshua Tree
  oLake Arrowhead
  oLoma Linda
  oLucerne Valley
  oRedlands
  oSan Bernardino
  oTwentynine Palms
  oVictorville
  oYucaipa
  oYucca Valley

San Diego County

  oAlpine
  oCamp Pendleton
  oFallbrook
  oImperial Beach
  oLakeside
  oOceanside
  oSan Marcos
  oSan Ysidro
  oVista

San Francisco County

  oSan Francisco

San Joaquin County

  oStockton

San Luis Obispo County

  oArroyo Grande
  oCambria
  oCayucos
  oCreston
  oLake Nacimiento
  oLos Osos
  oMorro Bay
  oPismo Beach
  oSan Luis Obispo

San Mateo County

  oHalf Moon Bay

Santa Barbara County

  oIsla Vista
  oLompoc
  oSanta Barbara
  oSanta Maria
  oSanta Ynez

Santa Clara County

  oCampbell
  oGilroy
  oLos Altos
  oLos Gatos
  oMilpitas
  oMorgan Hill
  oMountain View
  oPalo Alto
  oSan Jose
  oSunnyvale

Santa Cruz County

  oCapitola
  oSanta Cruz
  oScotts Valley
  oWatsonville

Shasta County

  oOlinda
  oRedding

Solano County

  oBenicia
  oFairfield
  oVacaville

Sonoma County

  oBodega Bay
  oCloverdale
  oGuerneville
  oHealdsburg
  oPetaluma
  oSanta Rosa
  oSonoma

Stanislaus County

  oModesto

Sutter County

  oYuba City

Tehama County

  oCorning
  oRed Bluff
  oVina

Tulare County

  oDinuba
  oExeter
  oLindsay
  oPorterville
  oStrathmore
  oTulare
  oVisalia

Ventura County

  oAgoura Hills
  oCamarillo
  oFillmore
  oMoorpark
  oOak View
  oOjai
  oOxnard
  oPort Hueneme
  oSanta Paula
  oSaticoy
  oSimi Valley
  oThousand Oaks
  oVentura
  oWestlake Village

Yolo County

  oDavis
  oWoodland

Yuba County

  oMarysville

Verizon Wireless first launched its 4G LTE network in California in December
2010.

Already the largest commercial 4G LTE network in the world, the Verizon
Wireless 4G LTE network is now available in 476 markets. By the end of 2013,
the Verizon 4G LTE footprint will completely cover the area served today by
its 3G network.

For more information on solutions powered by Verizon, visit
www.verizon.com/powerfulanswers.

About Verizon Wireless
Verizon Wireless operates the nation's largest 4G LTE network and largest,
most reliable 3G network. The company serves 98.2 million retail customers,
including 92.5 million retail postpaid customers.Headquartered in Basking
Ridge, N.J., with more than 73,000 employees nationwide, Verizon Wireless is a
joint venture of Verizon Communications (NYSE, NASDAQ: VZ) and Vodafone (LSE,
NASDAQ: VOD). For more information, visit www.verizonwireless.com. To preview
and request broadcast-quality video footage and high-resolution stills of
Verizon Wireless operations, log on to the Verizon Wireless Multimedia Library
at www.verizonwireless.com/multimedia.

SOURCE Verizon Wireless

Website: http://www.verizonwireless.com
Contact: Southern California: Ken Muche, +1-949-286-8193,
Ken.Muche@verizonwireless.com, or Northern California: Heidi Flato,
+1-925-279-6545, Heidi.Flato@verizonwireless.com
 
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