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U.S. Cellular's First LTE Devices to Be Smartphone, Tablet

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Jellz

Dec 1, 2011, 5:11 PM
25% of a couple of states is what? Laughing
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johnhr2

Dec 1, 2011, 5:37 PM
Ok a couple of states are 2 states. Yes I know US cellular covers more than that but I am using your statement.
25% of 2 is .5, so that would equal to half a state. So which state is the lucky one?
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yourvoiceofreason

Dec 1, 2011, 6:30 PM
Watch, they will give LTE to Portland, Maine... Laughing
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trsprague

Dec 2, 2011, 10:32 AM
Actually, it is coming to the Portland Maine area as it is one of their home areas. They are revealing the LTE coverage on their coverage map already. For someone who lives in this area, it's very exciting. I think they will be the first to offer any kind of true 4G service around here.
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Kenzin

Dec 5, 2011, 2:26 PM
You obviously know next to nothing about them. They have approximately 6 million subs. Yes I know that is a farcry from Big Red or ATT. But that is 1.5 million people. And assuming they are intelligent and launch LTE in the larger, denser areas they have customers, it will equate to far more. They also have well over 100 markets. They aren't like Einstein or Cricket. They are a legit, albeit small, national carrier

Laugh if you wish. USCC just got named best carrier in the US for 2 years in a row. They are expanding pretty rapidly, and from what "sources" of mine are telling me, their LTE network is going to be worlds faster than anyone else's at launch.

Time will tell.
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