NEW YORK — Verizon Wireless said Wednesday that its new wireless broadband network, which offers higher data speeds initially for laptop users, will be live before the end of the year in areas including the Boston-to-Washington stretch, but not in Toledo.
Verizon aims to cover 38 cities and a third of the country's population with its so-called fourth-generation network before the end of the year. Getting the service in Ohio are Akron, Cincinnati, Cleveland, and Columbus.
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