New Verizon 4G LTE commercial to air Sunday night

New Verizon 4G LTE commercial to air Sunday night
Sprint advertises its 4G enabled phones, and T-Mobile goes on the tube to brag that it has the largest 4G network in America. As we reported, Verizon recently put up signs in its stores saying that the carrier is the fastest 4G network in the U.S. Now, Big Red is taking its LTE promotion to television with a new ad discussing the lightening fast speed of 4G on Verizon.

Ironically, even though it is making claims about having the fastest 4G network, the carrier will not actually flip the switch on the speedy pipelines until  next month when just a few cities get LTE. But what does it matter? Outside of a couple of LTE modems, Verizon won't have any 4G equipment to sell you until LTE enabled phones become available next February.

source: Verizon



9. susie unregistered

When will verizon come up with a new phone that will have more mg pix instead of coming up with 5 mgp

7. Cody unregistered

I saw that commercial on this morning while I was watching the news.

8. simplyj

Posts: 406; Member since: Dec 23, 2009

I saw it too, but last night.

5. Landmarkcm

Posts: 507; Member since: Aug 11, 2009

& of course as usual with Big Red be prepared to pay even higher prices as if they werent already high enough with them. No Thanks. Sticking with Sprint & I don't need the "4g" anyway.

6. Cody unregistered

Sprint makes you pay for 4G too...

1. tofast30

Posts: 16; Member since: Nov 21, 2008

I did not see anything in the video saying they were the fastest. Also you notice that the 4 G commercial was in the country. The other carriers are not getting to suburbs before Verizon. Weak post. I don't live directly in the city so wimax is no good.

2. ecml490 unregistered

A couple days ago PA posted an article showing posters that Verizon had posted at their retail locations saying that they had the fastest 4G network, it was not referring to the commercial.

3. Nathan unregistered

Yes, It says, "rule the air on the most advanced 4G network in the world". Where do I sign up?

4. Nathan unregistered

...also check out the website is pretty cool too

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