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The reality of LTE and Verizon Wireless
usher
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I've been a loyal Verizon customer for nearly ten years now, however I'm pretty frustrated with the way that Verizon Wireless has rolled out LTE. While it's a great technology and forward thinking, I do not expect user adoption to spike anytime soon unless the network can be stabilized else the support forums will be filled with messages and individuals and organizations will start looking elsewhere for a service provider.

 

For my personal experience, feel free to reference: http://uvageek.net/?p=770

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Re: The reality of LTE and Verizon Wireless
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I think we all know they are having problems with 4G and are working to resolve them. In the mean time, you should probably revert back to your 3G device if you have one.
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SimonD
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Re: The reality of LTE and Verizon Wireless
usher
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Simon,

 

I appreciate your comment and you are correct in the disclaimer.  It would be helpful if your colleague RoyB_VZW would honor his comment left yonder at:

 

http://community.vzw.com/t5/4G-Discussion/PanTech-UML290-Northern-Virginia-Disconnects/td-p/357678/p...

 

Dan

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