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AT&T (T) will launch 4G LTE service in 5 cities this weekend, and plans to add 10 more by...

AT&T (T) will launch 4G LTE service in 5 cities this weekend, and plans to add 10 more by year's end. But this pales relative to the 102 cities covered by Verizon Wireless' (VZ, VOD) LTE network as of July; and for the time being, AT&T's service, unlike Verizon's, won't support any phones, only modems, tablets, and hotspots.
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  • mikeg999
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    We can expect ATT to continue its pattern of lying about its network, coverage and quality. There is a justifiable reason why consumers prefer Verizon.
    16 Sep 2011, 08:36 AM Reply Like
  • Neil459
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    mikeg999, I actually thought more would switch when verizon got the iphone, but it was pretty pathetic. If Verizon gets the iPhone 5 it will be interesting to see if any more switch.
    16 Sep 2011, 08:39 AM Reply Like
  • mikeg999
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    Agree...contract make switching a bit sticky. It will eventually occur but slower.
    16 Sep 2011, 08:49 AM Reply Like
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