Verizon bringing LTE to Reno on September 15th
Verizon claims that its LTE service offers speeds as much as 10 times faster than its 3G network and that Verizon's LTE smartphones are twice as fast as the 4G handsets offered by AT&T. According to the carrier, Verizon's LTE customers should experience average downlink data rates of 5 to 12 megabits per second (Mbps) and 2 to 5 Mbps on the uplink. Kevin Zavaglia, Verizon Wireless president of the Northern California/Northern Nevada/Hawaii Region said that the speed of Verizon's LTE network is something that smartphone users need to experience for themselves, and suggests that once the switch is turned on in the area, Verizon customers should stop by a local store for a demo.
The carrier currently offers three LTE enabled smartphones with the LG Revolution, the HTC ThunderBolt and the Samsung Droid Charge. Hopefully, by the time the LTE service starts in the Reno area, Verizon will have added a fourth LTE handset with the Motorola DROID Bionic.
1. PotDragon posted on 22 Aug 2011, 12:51 2 2
Bring it on!
Happens to be my birthday as well...
Bionic and LTE in my home town...finally.
now I just need a girl! Lol
2. omarc26 posted on 22 Aug 2011, 13:27 0 1
Thats so coo I was just in nevada in vegas last Friday and Saturday . Both my girlfriends droid charge and my att Samsung infuse worked perfect outside. My only complaint was reception inside casinos deep inside the bowels of the casino both at&t and Verizon totally crapped out lol we both had no service for sure I tought my girlfriend would get better service inside cuz many people say Verizon works everywhere guess not... My brother on his sprint evo was the only one with reception o_O so we both had to borrow his phone to make calls...
4. Goldeneye posted on 22 Aug 2011, 20:32 2 0
Yeah! "the world's biggest little city" is getting it, now bring the nexus prime and and I'll gladly sign another 2 year contract!
5. Heatfan316 posted on 22 Aug 2011, 21:52 2 0
Wow, Verizon has 117 cities covered, ATT has how many, oh yeah that's right zero, good job ATT, don't know why I'm still with you.
6. swflorida (unregistered) posted on 23 Aug 2011, 00:54 1 1
come on Expand your coverage in Miami......and stop expanding cities with no populations