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Browsing and Talking


Apr 27, 2010, 5:27 PM
Dumb question I know, and I think I know the answer but figured I'd ask...Can you talk and browse at the same time?

Apr 28, 2010, 9:17 AM
Only if your browsing is done through a WiFi connection. Simultaneous, 3G/4G voice & data won't be available, or even be able to co-exist with each other until Verizon's LTE network deployment reaches your area. An estimated 25 to 30 markets in 2010, covering approximately 100M people is the goal. By 2013, Verizon hopes to cover its current 3G footprint.

See here:
https://www.lte.vzw.com/AboutLTE/VerizonWirelessLTEN ... »

Apr 28, 2010, 11:44 AM
I gotcha...I live in the Boston area and the site you linked to at Verizon Wireless's site doesnt list when/where the LTE will be started

Got any ideas?

Apr 28, 2010, 3:33 PM
I haven't come anyone who has factual info regarding the actual markets, but below is a list of what people have guesstimated. I'm not sure where Verizon actually began, however, I am sure that in order to stay on schedule, work has to be underway somewhere.


(Metro area, approximate total population in millions of potential LTE customers)

1. New York (19.0 million)
2. Los Angeles (12.9)
3. Chicago (9.5)
4. Dallas/Fort Worth (6.3)
5. Philadelphia (5.8 )
6. Washington D.C. (5.3)
7. Boston (4.5)
8. Detroit (4.4)
9. San Francisco/Bay Area (4.2)
10. Phoenix (4.2)
11. Seattle (3.3)
12. Baltimore (2.6)
13. Denver (2.5)
14. Providence, R.I. (1.5)
15. Hartford, Conn. (...

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