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Sprint today announced that it has added 11 new cities to its growing 4G LTE roster, bringing the total number to 43 markets. While it might pale in comparison to
Verizon has become the latest wireless provider (Sprint, AT&T) to announce its version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1. A press release from today advises that the 10.1-inch tablet
For a limited time, you can can opt for the carrier’s 4G LTE plan for only $40 per month
If you’re on Cricket, let’s be honest… you could use a bit more speed. Now, you can blaze through those downloads with the new LG Optimus Regard, the carrier’s first
Sprint today announced that it will be flipping on the power to its 4G LTE in nine new markets over the coming months. A press release on the carrier’s blog
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
AT&T today revealed that it expects to cover 300 million U.S. residents with 4G LTE service by the end of 2014. As some may recall, the carrier previously indicated that
Sprint will be offering consumers its first 4G LTE-ready tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, on Sunday, November 11. Priced at $549.99, the 10.1-inch tablet can be added to
U.S. Cellular, staying pretty busy as of late, is adding another 4G LTE smartphone to its Android lineup. Today sees the carrier announcing the Motorola Electrify M, an Android 4.0
U.S. Cellular will be expanding its 4G LTE footprint in but a few days time, as the carrier is today announcing the next wave of markets. Effective November 5, the
With all the hub-bub going around today about the Nexus bomb that Google dropped, some have noticed that in the specifications for the Nexus 4, there’s no mention of LTE.
The carrier’s 4G LTE network should see another 115 markets in the coming months.
Samsung has been on a huge roll as of late, and they’re looking to continue that with the Galaxy Victory 4G LTE. The Victory is available at a Sprint store
Verizon announced yesterday that they will soon see its 4G LTE network expand to reach more than 400 markets, well ahead of schedule. The original goal was to hit 400