Verizon plans to wrap 4G LTE rollout in mid-2013
Verizon anticipates that it will blanket the nation with 4G LTE coverage by the middle of next year, roughly six months faster than initially expected. Speaking at a media/telecom conference today, CFO Frank Shammo advised that Verizon’s 4G network will closely mirror their 3G network within the next 6-8 months. Well ahead of schedule and its competition, the carrier already spreads to more than 250 million Americans, or most of the country.
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