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U.S. Cellular Offering Unlimited LTE 4G Plan

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Nov 19, 2012, 3:43 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

U.S. Cellular today announced the availability of an unlimited LTE 4G data plan for $40 per month. The plan can be used with any of U.S. Cellular's LTE-capable smartphones. Tethering costs an additional $20 per month, but is also unlimited. U.S. Cellular reiterated that its LTE 4G network will be available in approximately 58% of its markets by the end of the year. U.S. Cellular said the low-cost unlimited plan will only be available for a limited time, though it didn't specify when it would become unavailable.

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johnhr2

Nov 20, 2012, 2:40 AM

Question that is probably on wrong thread.

When I was on Verizon before I switch carriers I thought there was a signal for voice and data.
But a Verizon representative told me that I was misinformed and Verizon uses the same signal for everything.
So my question is who is right? Does Verizon use 1X for voice and data and use 3G and 4G for just data? If so why not make smartphones that show both signals? I have seen a Verizon feature phone do this.
Jayshmay

Nov 19, 2012, 4:38 PM

Congratulations to U.S. Cellular customers!!!

It's good to have LTE data that you can ACTUALLY USE
and not be limited to a measly 3-4GB/mo.

I have unlimited LTE on Verizon.

But I'm reeeally so'clock of Verizon supposed "reliable"
network switching back and forth between 3G & 4G.
I don't pay Verizon for 3G!!!!!!

I'm currently researching T-Mobile, their launching LTE
next year, and they have HSPA 21/42 to fall back on.
Plus GSM gets better battery life than CDMA.
Jayshmay said:
It's good to have LTE data that you can ACTUALLY USE
and not be limited to a measly 3-4GB/mo.

I have unlimited LTE on Verizon.

But I'm reeeally so'clock of Verizon supposed "reliable"
network switching back
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