75% of the U.S. covered with LTE by April 2012,. . .not by AT&T
http://www.androidcentral.com/verizon-android-leaked ... »
I think for most end users the difference between LTE and 3g won't make that much of a difference....atleast with current applications. I think the big thing is that Verizon will market its LTE network to death to make your average consumer think that they NEED to be on LTE and that at&t 3g speeds are inadequate. It will be really interesting to see what happens in the next few years! LTE and an iPhone for Verizon?? sounds like some churn problems for at&t
It's almost like a captive market.
TMO has their new price plans and their high speed where they have coverage.
Sprint is rolling with their 4G.
ATT, when they loose the iphone...I don't know what their plan is. Maybe they'll finally jump on the Android wagon.
But I agree, it'll be awhile before LTE really makes a difference.
Having 75% of the country covered by April of 2012 is very, very agressive.
It will be a while before LTE makes a difference if your on IT&T.
But it won't be a while if your on Verizon, cause Verizon is aggressive.
Sprints own website says their 4g is currently 3-6 megs.
It's not about the name (LTE, 4G, etc) It's about the experience and the speed.
AT&T currently has the fastest data network and will continue to have the fastest data network even after other carrier 'upgrades'.
You tell me, are you, the end-user getting 7.2 on ATT? I don't think so! Sprint advertises real world/end user speeds.
Same with Verizon, their saying real world/end user speeds of their LTE network will be 8-12mbps.
I doubt people on ATT are even getting 2.5mbps on avg.
7.2 is only what a tower is capable of putting out, not what the end user will get.
Still so confused, sorry...
Is this correct?
If so, the profit of a succeeding company must increase at a rate faster than the value of the shares, or else the company would never grow. If this is the case, then the value of the company as estimated through stocks is no accurate, it would in fact have to be knowingly man...
Though as sad as it is, I still feel that we live in a world ruled by stock rather than customers. I miss the way things were 70, 80, yrs ago, when the customer mattered more than corporate policies!