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4G Mobile Networks: The new killing grounds

The first 4G network offering came from MetroPCS, this September, and it didn’t feel as world-shaking  as Verizon’s recent 4G LTE network launch. The reasons that MetroPCS failed to make such noise is pretty much the fact that it’s a smaller carrier, with just about 8 millions subscribers, whereas Verizon …

December 16, 2010 | By More

Verizon’s 4G LTE network – what’s it all about?

Verizon launched it’s 4G LTE network on December 5, completing an upgrade and installation process that took little more than a year. The implementation time was indeed fast and now Verizon’s 4G signal will be available in 38 cities by the end of the year, as well as a growing …

December 15, 2010 | By | Reply More

Is 4G really 4th gen?

The thing with marketing and technology is that they both need each other to grow, but they rarely get along. So, when MetroPCS launched the first 4G service in the US, and when Verizon launched it’s own 4G LTE network, with coverage in so many metropolitan areas, quite breathtaking speeds …

December 14, 2010 | By | Reply More

The latest rumors about a new iPhone using Verizon’s 4G network

We are starting to hear all kinds of rumors about a new iPhone from Verizon using its 4G LTE network. Here is what one review listed as product features of this new phone said to be coming out in 2011. The phone has such great features as being 3G and …

December 13, 2010 | By | Reply More

Verizon 4G: Paying for 3G, getting the extra G for free

Verizon made quite some noise when it launched it’s 4G LTE network on December 5, a next-gen wireless network primarily for mobile devices, but well-suited for the home and business internet users as well.

With speeds typically ranging from 5Mbps to 12Mbps, or even 40Mbps or more when signal strength …

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