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The Digital Future
Tue January 31, 2012
Cellular LTE technology will change the world
Do you love your smartphone but hate your service provider? LTE may change that.
LTE should allow you to download data 30 times faster than current 3G technology. That's similar to the performance of wired Internet connections offered by cable or DSL.
Verizon is leading the way, offering LTE service in more than 137 American cities.
Just as cell phones are causing landlines to disappear in homes, Mark believes this new wireless bandwidth will change the way we live and interact with each other.
Carrying high bandwidth Internet connections in our pockets will make accessing services, information and people through cyberspace more intuitive and natural than ever before.
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