Sprint outs unlimited data on new LTE in LG Viper announcement
0. phoneArena posted on 03 Apr 2012, 22:36
Sprint hasn't even begun rolling out its LTE network yet, but we've already seen the plans for the network coverage, a few LTE-enabled devices, and now we're finding out that Sprint is planning to continue its unlimited data...
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1. KFear posted on 03 Apr 2012, 22:43 12 1
Doesn't the title suggest that Sprint is getting rid of Unlimited Data. They aren't. I'm confused...
4. deadma44 posted on 03 Apr 2012, 22:49 4 0
It says "outs", as in "reveals". You are thinking of the word "ousts"
5. agentoj posted on 03 Apr 2012, 22:59 7 2
I agree, "Sprint outs unlimited data on new LTE" seems like sprint is not continuing with unlimited data. It is just bad phrasing. Use unveils, reveals etc.
9. spanky posted on 04 Apr 2012, 09:09 1 0
man i read that headline and I was a little worried. I feel much better after reading the article...
13. networkdood posted on 04 Apr 2012, 15:55 0 1
I fifth it....poorly written headline...perhaps iPHONEARENA outsources too much of their work....
2. threeline posted on 03 Apr 2012, 22:44 1 0
So is this going to be Sprint's first LTE device?
6. threeline posted on 03 Apr 2012, 23:31 6 5
I was under the impression that the Galaxy Nexus was when Sprint said " Introducing the Galaxy Nexus, Sprint's first LTE device". Maybe they meant our first LTE phone after the LG LTE Viper. Sprint is a clown show.
3. IHatePhones posted on 03 Apr 2012, 22:47 3 0
Shouldn't the title be "touts"? But anyway, that's good news. Sprint needs to keep up the unlimited thing for a long time to come. If it can be done...
14. networkdood posted on 04 Apr 2012, 15:56 0 0
lol, yeah, that is true....they do a comparison of SPRINT 3G and dial up 56k.
12. downphoenix posted on 04 Apr 2012, 14:01 1 0
only makes sense. Its cheaper and more efficient to serve up LTE data than 3G. Dont let Verizon and AT&T fool you, they are ripping you off if you have a smartphone through them.
16. KFear posted on 06 Apr 2012, 21:39 0 0
Does anyone here actually get more than 800k download Speed on Sprint? I"m in denver and i travel for my job, i can't get 800k anywhere. Network Vision is rolling out too slowly. ATT and Verizon get 2-3mb on a regular basis. Who really needs 4g when you have those speeds? Most do not. You don't need 10mb+ download speeds on a phone. I can't think of ONE reason why you would.