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Verizon says Spokane's 4G service starts on June 16

Spokane Verizon customers can start using 4G service on June 16, the company announced Monday.

Verizon's LTE (long term evolution) 4G service will come online and be available for those with enabled phones, hot spots and laptop modems.

The service area is Spokane, Spokane Valley, the South Hill, Airway Heights, Liberty Lake, Mead and Otis Orchards. 

The company says LTE will provide download speeds up to 10 times faster than the 3G service now available.

To take advantage of 4G a consumer needs to purchase a Verizon data plan.

An overview of LTE by Verizon is here.

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