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LarryM99
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re: Verizon details plan for Dec. 5 LTE launch
LarryM99   12/11/2010 5:38:19 PM
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The most telling statistic I have seen is that a Verizon user could theoretically use up their entire bandwidth allotment for the month in just 32 minutes via LTE. Whatever happened to the idea that Internet bandwidth was going to be so plentiful that it wouldn't be worth monitoring? Larry M.

old account Frank Eory
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re: Verizon details plan for Dec. 5 LTE launch
old account Frank Eory   12/2/2010 1:15:53 AM
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Here is an interesting comparison of Verizon's LTE offering vs. Clearwire's WiMAX offering: http://www.cedmagazine.com/uploadedFiles/Clear-Verizon-Comparison.pdf

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re: Verizon details plan for Dec. 5 LTE launch
rick merritt   12/2/2010 12:02:29 AM
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@garydpdx: A reasonable rumor, though there have been a few misguided speculations on iPhone for Verizon in the past

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re: Verizon details plan for Dec. 5 LTE launch
garydpdx   12/1/2010 11:42:27 PM
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There has been speculation that a rumored Apple iPhone for Verizon will be for 4G LTE, not regular CDMA.

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re: Verizon details plan for Dec. 5 LTE launch
rick merritt   12/1/2010 10:38:36 PM
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