Video accounts for half of Big Red's traffic says CEO
0. phoneArena 10 Apr 2013, 22:42 posted on
Lowell McAdam, former CEO of Verizon Wireless and now the top executive of the parent company, says video accounts for 50% of the traffic that flows through the carrier's pipeline; McAdam says that by 2017, video will make up two-thirds of the carrier's network traffic and discussed using LTE to help broadcast live events to subscribers like the 2014 Super Bowl...
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1. Domino (Posts: 6; Member since: 02 Feb 2008)
I love how Verizon is pushing customers to start streaming video left and right on their network now that they've all but done away with unlimited data. Say hello to massive overages and fees, I guess. Good job, Verizon.
4. alouden (Posts: 307; Member since: 18 Oct 2011)
They are pushing their customers to consume more data. That plus data caps means more revenue for Verizon. This is why I dislike them. It's a really cynical ploy on their part.
2. tedkord (Posts: 6706; Member since: 17 Jun 2009)
Lowell the Liar also said that since LTE was cheaper for Verizon, the savings would be passed on to the customers. What actually happened? Verizon raised prices.
So, you take anything Lowell the Liar says with a grain of salt.
5. gmracer1 (Posts: 646; Member since: 28 Dec 2012)
Please provide the proof on how VZ raised their prices.
3. belovedson (Posts: 832; Member since: 30 Nov 2010)
thanks for the unlimited data!!!! however its not fast enough to cover the super bowl. we need lte advanced for that