Throughout the year T- Mobile, one of America’s four largest mobile networks, has been the only one out of the loop when it comes to 4G LTE coverage, but it won’t be long till they catch up. T- Mobile has plans to take over the 4G LTE markets coming 2013. Much like they have been the fastest 4G HSPA+ provider over the years, with speeds possibly surpassing even the now 4G LTE providers’.
Just like how 4G LTE quickly took America by storm, the new and improved Windows 8 is now here for its turn to give us its best. Windows 8 was recently launched and is aiming to take over our PCs, tablets and phones. With LTE being in the top spot in terms of speed and [...]
First on the agenda is U.S Cellular Corporation. U.S Cellular is a developing 4G LTE network with the latest devices priced as cheap as you can get. For the holiday season, they are offering their customers- both old and new an unlimited 4G data plan for only $40 per month and a $10 supplement for tethering. [...]
With the release of the highly anticipated iPhone5, Apple jumps on the LTE bandwagon.
Offering the heartiest of congratulations to Wilson Electronics on receiving TMC’s 2011 Communications Solutions Product of the Year Award for it’s 4G LTE 700 cell phone signal booster, available on Quantum-Wireless.com.
Sprint’s new LTE network will begin to run on the 800 MHz spectrum by 2014, differentiating it from both Verizon and AT&T who use the 700 MHz spectrum.
The number of LTE enabled devices continues to grow to keep pace with the rollout of LTE networks globally.
The roaming challenges that face LTE networks looks to be exacerbated by the increasing fragmentation of LTE spectrum internationally.
Sprint’s share ratings have been cut over fears that the company’s LTE network is not robust enough to deal with the increased LTE demand.
In an attempt to boost subscribers to its 4G LTE service, Verizon Wireless has announced that it will only introduce 4G LTE capable phones for the remainder of 2012.