LTE teaser web site is launched by Verizon & touts its bandwidth

LTE teaser web site is launched by Verizon & touts its bandwidth
Sprint is talking it up heavily about their 4G network in their advertisements of late while T-Mobile is mentioning the peppy real-world speeds with HSPA+, but now it looks as though Verizon is going to start doing the same.

Verizon recently launched a teaser web site,, which of course touts the eventual coming of LTE. From the sound of it all, 3G might have some limitations, but it appears that there will be no boundaries seen with their LTE network. One of the value propositions that Verizon is known for extensively is the reliability and strength of their network – while their jump into LTE would be a transparent process.

If you're hyped up about Verizon's next generation network, you can simply sign up for all the latest information, alerts, and knowings regarding their upcoming LTE network.

source: Verizon



1. vzw fanman

Posts: 1977; Member since: Dec 11, 2008

this is great news. while people are still using the EDGE network with gaytnt, verizon customers will be cruzing on LTE.


Posts: 1; Member since: Sep 18, 2010

great way to suck vzw off....make sure you wipe your mouth when your done!!!

3. JeffdaBeat unregistered

Hehe, again, he's a fan boy for what is essentially a utility company. It's literally like me saying, OMG I love American Electric Power for the electricity they send me every month. No one really goes around saying that because no one likes their utility companies...but for some reason, people fall in love with their cell phone providers... Plus, he just called it "Gay T&T." Not exactly the highest in maturity. What folks still need to realize is that LTE isn't going to be this burst of speed that it should be. And is Verizon going to have unlimited plans on LTE or are we going to see them pull an AT&T move? Something tells me they will because they can start to control bandwidth a little easier if they make 3G unlimited and LTE limited. Makes for a cleaner transition...we shall see... Also, unless you are buying an aircard, your handset won't support it for some time... LTE is going to be awesome, but put it in perspective.

4. cc16177

Posts: 312; Member since: May 09, 2010

Your username is "IPHONEBOTCH". I rest my case.


Posts: 34; Member since: Jun 13, 2009

ONE WORD (HATERS) upset just because Sprint is to damn cheap like there calling plans and use wimax for 4G lmao and AT&T is a year and a half behind Verizon on 4G. Do your research and VZW will have 30 cities on 4G LTE this Oct 2010

6. kg4icg

Posts: 83; Member since: May 18, 2008

Don't get to happy about it just yet. The 700 mhz band where VZW is putting there LTE deployment is bandwidth limited. Public saftey frequencies are in there also. So the most your gonna ever see is 5-12mb on the 10 mhz spacing, but if Sprint/Clear do go ahead with there LTE deployment plus still keep Wimax plus the bandwidth they have which allows them a 20mhz channel spacing in the 2.5-2.6 ghz will give some up to 20mb connections. In this case frequency spectrum really matters.

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