01-01-2012 08:43:32 PM - edited 01-01-2012 09:33:57 PM
01-02-2012 10:23:06 AM
Well, in the past couple weeks, Verizon has had issues with their LTE network being up and down.
That being said, I think at&t was too busy trying to figure out who in congress, FCC etc to throw money at to get t-mobile to
worry about enhancing their network LOL.
01-02-2012 03:46:40 PM
As an AT&T customer who's paying premium rates I'm concerned about AT&T future with the next generation of mobile broadband.
01-02-2012 10:00:58 PM
01-03-2012 12:51:36 AM
My question is with the current situation will AT&T have a relatively weaker LTE network than VZW?
01-04-2012 07:43:49 AM
I wouldn't worry too much about lte as of yet since it will be a while before lte performs as intended. Vz is def going through growing pains with their lte.
01-04-2012 08:29:05 PM
'Good' spectrum could be considered 700, 850, 1900, AWS spectrum (1700/2100).
Both At&t and Vzw are deploying LTE on both 700 and AWS spectrum initially.
01-08-2012 04:04:00 AM
Or is all this VZW LTE really hype to make AT&T look like a distant #2?
01-09-2012 07:38:54 AM
01-15-2012 07:38:48 PM
ath&t has purchased the 700mhz spectrum, and one of the things i have noticed is ath&t hasnt ben updating the lte marketz. there are many markets that they have lte in that are not commercialed.
01-20-2012 02:31:17 PM
01-21-2012 01:05:59 PM
01-21-2012 01:20:11 PM
mpossoff, i know this because if you take a look at markets that at&t commericals as 4g lte on the coverage map, and look at other cities in the DARK BLUE which the cities at&t commericals as lte are in DARK BLUE, those other cities in dark blue wpuld have to be lte. i know they are not HSPA+ because in my area we have HSPA+ for 4g, and it is not in dark blue like the lte markets that at&t commercials and other markets they dont commercial. make sense??