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New LTE network by Verizon

The United States of America should be real happy and excited now with all the prospective launches lining up. Almost five months of this year still remaining and the prospects are booming. There are a whole lot of smartphones still lined up for the launch and added to it are the new upgraded versions of the much loved Motorola milestone Unlocked Android Phone and the Windows. And to provide for the icing on the cake, Verizon is all set to launch their brand new LTE network. According to the reports of the documents that were leaked recently to Engadget, the LTE network which is slated to come to the market promises the users with a download speed that can vary between five to over eleven megabit for every second and an upload speed of over two and below five megabits for every second. It has a latency of a jaw dropping thirty milliseconds.

All these make a lethal combination and no wonder it is highly anticipated. In comparison to the networks provided by T-Mobiles and Sprint it will have a huge and far superior advantage. This might not hit you with surprise if you have been following Verizon for it is an operator which concentrates and invests heavily in on their networking implementations rather than anything else. The costs and prices that come along side these schemes can be obscenely high but they provide for a very excellent network coverage and you end up getting good reception almost everywhere. The USB modems will be the foremost devices to launch alongside this network as is usual. LTE smartphone launch seems to be a far cry but it will come by anyway. There are some arguments as to how operators will offer voice services.

Although the OneVoice initiative is getting backed vehemently by the industry, one can debate over their operating inside jungles and when in the wild. However the most interesting part of the whole deal is the SIM card branded by Verizon which puts in question the purity of the LTE network.

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