wireless service provider in Europe serving the whole of the UK, has announced some changes to their plans. Customers can now enjoy tiered data starting at £5/month, and running up to £30/month. The changes are designed to get more customers on their growing LTE network.
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LTE service into the AWS it purchased last year. The acquisition, which cost Verizon $3.9 billion, is for the 700MHz Block C spectrum, which covers more than 300 million PoPs. Oddly enough, this is the same spectrum T-Mobile uses for their limited LTE coverage.
Verizon as sightings of its double-wide LTE network increase.
AT&T had previously announced they had a goal of bringing 4G LTE to more than 270 million people by the end of the year. While we have yet to get a number update since that goal was announced, the carrier has been making some progress. We saw coverage expanded across nine states earlier in the month and today we have word of coverage coming to an additional 13 markets.
AT&T cleared the 400 market milestone earlier in the month and it looks like they have recently flipped the 4G LTE switch for a handful of new markets. And in addition to some new coverage, AT&T also detailed some expansions for previously covered markets. The new coverage deals with Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Texas and Washington and the expansions deal with Georgia and Minnesota.
announced they had finally launched their 400th 4G LTE market in the US, and today they have even more good news. They aren't showing any signs of slowing down, just like Verizon, and today have fired up another 8 cities with 4G LTE speeds and are on track to meet their goals.
Verizon wasn't letting users activate and use the new Google Nexus 7 tablet on their network. Instantly many were fired up and getting out the pitchforks, but it sounds like it wasn't all their fault. Their usual 4G LTE certification process is in the final stages, and once complete, the Nexus 7 will be all set to rock out with Verizon LTE speeds.
announced their brand new and improved 2013 Nexus 7, it was met with tons of excitement due to the fact they'd be offering an 4G LTE model with support for AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon all for just $349. After a month of waiting last week the tablet with LTE finally went up for sale. But now we're hearing bad news that Verizon (once again) isn't playing nice with Nexus devices.