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Sprint Says It Will Light Up 800MHz with LTE in 2014

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Apr 13, 2012, 6:03 PM

So was WiMax a success then?

6 LTE markets by 2014? Should Sprint have just stuck with EVDO and tried to get LTE sooner?
I wouldn't call WiMax a failure as much as I would call it a gamble that didn't pay out. I understand that Sprint was trying to be first with 4G and was sitting on use or lose spectrum, so they used it. As it stands now, Sprint will still have to su...

Apr 13, 2012, 8:22 AM

How does 800mhz LTE compare to 700mhz LTE?

Can similar speeds be expected on 800mhz LTE compared to 700mhz LTE?

By 2014, Sprint might as well deploy LTE-A!!!
You wont notice any speed difference because of a frequency difference that small. The largest difference in speed is determined by how much of the 800/900 MHz Sprint will use for LTE. They need at least 10 MHz channels up and down to compete with V...
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