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Verizon Wireless LTE: 200 Million Served

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Dec 14, 2011, 12:06 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Verizon Wireless today announced that with the network expansion planned for December 15, it will cover more than 200 million Americans across 190 markets with LTE 4G. LTE is launching in 11 new markets, and expanding in seven existing markets. Verizon Wireless says this is the fastest, most expansive deployment of 4G in the U.S.

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Dec 14, 2011, 1:51 PM

This is exaxly why I joined Verizon

Aggressive, aggressive, aggressive!!!

ATT has the revenue to do the same exact thing as Verizon, they just lack the motivation. Even Tmo is faster than ATT.
AT&T is sitting back and letting Verizon make all the mistakes to learn from. How many times have we all heard about Verizon's LTE network going down...

Also AT&T is going by attitude that they won't be the first to the dance, but they will be the ...

Dec 14, 2011, 12:32 PM

Real 4G

It may not be 500mbps+ but it leaves the other carriers in the dust. AT&T's LTE remains to be seen but for now Big Red is king when it comes to 4G and usual AT&T is playing catchup.

MetroPCS has a pretty good LTE service but it's capped due to spectrum limitations. It's not bad though. On a good day you can get 4-5mbps down. Not bad for a prepaid carrier.
att just turned on LTE in san francisco bayarea last week, i geting 27mb download! once i tried LTE, it' hard to go back to 3G!

Dec 14, 2011, 1:00 PM

Except when

You know, if it rains, the wind blows, or Verizon decides to turn off SIM verification for a couple days...
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