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Verizon Wireless Says 38 Cities to Get LTE This Year

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Oct 9, 2010, 5:21 PM

Is Tmo still going to be faster?

From what I have been seeing around the US, Tmo currently covers 100 million people with its HSPA+ network which has a theoretical throughput of 21mbps (which is faster than what Vz is talking about). Then Tmo is going to rollout HSPA++ which will double the 21mbps to 42mbps! I still dont believe there is a need for 42mbps on any handheld consumer device, let alone a laptop. It seems to me that Tmo is leading the speed war! 😎 😎
Eric M. Zeman

Oct 6, 2010, 12:42 PM

Full List Of Cities

Akron, Ohio
Athens, Georgia
Atlanta, Georgia
Baltimore, Maryland
Boston, Massachusetts
Charlotte, North Carolina
Chicago, Illinois
Cincinnati, Ohio
Cleveland, Ohio
Columbus, Ohio
Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, Dallas, Texas
Denver, Colorado
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Houston, Texas
Jacksonville, Florida
Las Vegas, Nevada
Los Angeles, California
Miami, Florida
Minneapolis/Saint Paul, Minnesota
Nashville, Tennessee
New Orleans, Louisiana
New York, New York
Oakland, California
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Orlando, Florida
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Phoenix, Arizona
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Rochester, New York
San Antonio, Texas
San Diego, California
San Francisco, California
San Jose, California
Seattle/Tacoma, Washingto...
Hey Eric, you don't happen to know if Verizon covering Las Vegas with LTE includes Boulder City, do you? Boulder City is approximetly 30 miles south of Las Vegas, it's where the Hoover Dam is. It's not a very big place, it wouldn't take much to cover ...
Sweet I am OKC, so I will be convered 🤤
No Birmingham, Alabama? surprise, surprise 🙄
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