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U.S. Cellular Launching LTE Network in March

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So what they are saying is


Feb 1, 2012, 3:28 PM
their 4g will be slower than atnt's hspa?

Feb 1, 2012, 3:41 PM
hobble said:
their 4g will be slower than atnt's hspa?

Where did they say that?

Feb 1, 2012, 4:52 PM
they said it would be 10 times faster than their 3G Very Happy

Feb 2, 2012, 3:25 PM
If the 3G rollout in most markets for USCC is any indication it will be several YEARS before any markets other than the launch/test markets will see any LTE.

St. Louis is shutting down stores almost on a monthly basis because USCC can't compete in the market. (It's a sad state when selling Android phones as a rep and you are told by your company to inform customers that they need to connect to WiFi if they want to do any downloading, music, videos, etc...)

Feb 2, 2012, 9:19 PM
It didn't say anything like that! Phone scoop removed my previous post so I will have to edit it so big brother can be happy! I wonder were reading comprehension comes in here? I just don't understand how an article which only talks about US Cellular and does not even mention att or any other carriers for that matter comes off this way and people think it said anything about ATT? What is wrong with this picture here? No wonder our country is in trouble a simple black and white print article but someone asks "their 4g will be slower than atnt's hspa. If this comes of as an attack then maybe who ever takes it that way needs to crack a book and seek some help in place of being here on phone scoop. Just my Two cents and if phone scoop does not l...

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