Verizon customers in major cities across the U.S. should see a big time increase in 4G LTE performance this week. According to GigaOm, Big Red has quietly doubled, and even tripled 4G LTE capacity across its network, available in commercial corridors of cities such as San Francisco, New York, Washington D.C., Chicago, Atlanta, Boston, and the list goes on. We’re talking “every major city east of the Mississippi and in several western markets.” (more…)
A few new 4G LTE markets on AT&T’s network went live this week, ranging from rural Nevada to Amsterdam, New York. AT&T continues to push forward with the high-speed network rollout, and soon, they will be complete and standing alongside Verizon with a country blanketed in LTE. As consumers, we enjoy that very much.
Take a peek down below to see the new markets. (more…)
This morning, AT&T announced 10 new 4G LTE markets scattered across the U.S., with Texas appearing to have received the most love with 4 new markets all for themselves. AT&T has been great about posting up new markets each week, and at this rate, they should be caught up to Verizon in no time at all.
Have a look down below for the new markets. (more…)
This morning, AT&T announced a big list of new 4G LTE markets throughout the country, even expanding its reach up to the Fairbanks metropolitan area in Alaska. That makes it the third LTE market in Alaska on AT&T’s network, right after Anchorage and Juneau.
Check out the full list of new markets down below. (more…)
Verizon announced its plans to launch the Ellipsis 7 tablet onto its 4G LTE network this morning, starting November 7 at just $249.99. The tablet features a 7″ HD display, front-facing camera and 4G LTE, but all other specs are unknown at this time. There is no official word on the processor, display resolution, storage or anything else that might be important to potential customers as of right now. (more…)
AT&T announced another group of newly launched 4G LTE markets this morning, finally including some more west coast love. Seemed like for a while there that only the mid-west was seeing new light ups. The company is still touting its LTE network not only as the fastest in America, but also the most reliable according to third-party data. They are pretty much right behind Verizon’s number of total LTE markets, which sits a little over 500. (more…)
This morning, Sprint announced the light up of 45 new 4G LTE markets in America, bringing their total LTE market number to 230. That number has grown quite a bit this year, but the company is still far behind AT&T and Verizon’s market counts. Much like T-Mobile, both of these companies have been playing catch up ever since Verizon launched its first LTE city back in 2011. (more…)