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U.S. Cellular Offering Unlimited LTE 4G Plan

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Replying to:  Congratulations to U.S. Cellular customers!!! by Jayshmay   Nov 19, 2012, 4:38 PM

Re: Congratulations to U.S. Cellular customers!!!

by MrGuder    Nov 19, 2012, 4:46 PM

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 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.


Where the hell do you live? I get Verizon 4G LTE 24/7. Even in subway tunnels. I get the LTE signal even before the CDMA signal sometimes! I can't make calls but I can go on the net!

And what the hell kind of phone do you have? My Galaxy S3 lasts a good 12-14 hours on LTE with 1-2 hours of voice calls, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, countless texts and pic messaging each day and I still manage to have 20% battery life before I go to sleep. Best phone I ever had. It's the first phone where I never had to charge midday.

Battery is all dependent on signal. I don't believe that CDMA consumes more power than GSM crap. It's all about signal strength. If you get a strong CDMA or any signal rather you shouldn't have problems with battery life. A weak GSM signal can really eat up your battery. Lord knows what I had to deal with on T-Mobile and Sprint

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