Sprint Promises 'Aggressive LTE Roll-Out' in 2012
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NOT All LTE Networks will be equal
VZW's coast to coast one band frequency at 700Mhz license band pays!!
...VZW's coast to coast one band frequency at 700Mhz license band pays!!
...and pay and pay and pay for america's most expensive network.
Expect Sprint's LTE devices to be more expensive because of the need for Dual Band 1600/1900 Mhz operating frequencies...
First, LightSquared may be a non issue; Ancillary Terrestrial Component use of ...
Look what Sprint can do..take a lesson at&t
I guess I won't be upgrading any time soon....
I'm not sure what their definition of "agressive" is, but I doubt they'll match Verizon's LTE pace. It looks like I'll probably be keeping my Samsung Moment for at least another year.