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MetroPCS

MetroPCS 4G LTE now unlimited only for $70 plan; all other users will be throttled

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MetroPCS, famous for its flat rates and plan simplicity, is following the approach of larger carriers and showing that “unlimited” isn’t always unlimited. Now, the only way for customer…

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AT&T

AT&T 4G LTE coming soon to NYC, New Orleans, St. Louis, and more cities in Indiana, Ohio, and Texas

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AT&T has announced another round of locations that can expect to receive an upgrade to its 4G LTE network soon. Beginning Sunday April 8, 2012, AT&T’s LTE network will officially expand to Bloo…

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T-Mobile

T-Mobile expands 4G HSPA+ network, spins late LTE arrival as an advantage

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T-Mobile USA today announced the expansion of its 4G HSPA+ network in several rural areas. Texans in Abilene, Amarillo, Odessa, and Victoria now have faster network speeds on HSPA+ capable devices. So do cust…

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AT&T

AT&T adds Cleveland, St. Louis and Naples to its 4G LTE network

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USA’s second largest wireless carrier has just announced a new expansion of its 4G LTE network reach. In an attempt to recover some small part of the huge handicap between them and Verizon, the guys at AT&T h…

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AT&T

Verizon “4G Throw Down” challenges average folks to find best network in cherry-picked contest

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Not all 4G is created equal. We’ve discussed the trouble with the “4G” label and how the differences in network technology employed by the different carriers leads to inconsistent argume…

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MetroPCS

Sprint was “hours away” from buying MetroPCS [Rumor]

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Sprint came close to acquiring MetroPCS before the company’s board blocked the deal. That’s the story being spread by CNBC newsman David Faber. “$S Sprint was hours away from buying PCS fo…

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T-Mobile

T-Mobile USA loses 800k customers in 2012, gains an LTE network in 2013

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T-Mobile USA is the fourth-placed carrier in the US, and it’s fortunes are only getting worse with each passing quarter. The company announced today that it lost a net 802,000 contract subscribers in Q4…

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AT&T

AT&T and Verizon expand 4G LTE networks into new markets

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The nation’s top wireless carriers are expanding the reach of their respective 4G LTE networks. Today, both AT&T and Verizon announced that its LTE footprint is growing in select markets in the Uni…

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Carriers

TELUS launching 4G LTE in 14 Canadian markets tomorrow

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Canada is once again getting a jump on its neighbors to the south when it comes to carrier competition. Though the first major LTE network in North America was launched in the United States, Canada can now lay cla…

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Carriers

U.S. Cellular announces 4G LTE network & devices, starting with Samsung Galaxy S Aviator

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U.S. Cellular has just announced the first two devices to run on its 4G LTE network launching in select markets next month – the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 4G LTE and the Samsung Galaxy S Aviator. Oh, before we…

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Android Phones and Devices

Motorola Xyboard – Strange name, solid tablet, serious contender? [Tablet Review]

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I’m going to skip talking about the Xyboard name for as long as I can. Ok. The name is ridiculous; I’m moving on. As Verizon’s newest tablet, the Xyboard has a lot of weight on its shoulders fro…

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Sprint

Galaxy Nexus spotted for Sprint LTE in strange online ad occurrence

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A Galaxy Nexus, which has so far been available in the United States only for Verizon Wireless, is supposedly coming to Sprint. We’ve all heard some rumor or suggestion that this might happen, but the lat…

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Sprint

Sprint bringing 4G LTE to Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio first

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Even though LTE provided a better long-term solution to provide customers faster speeds, Sprint chose WiMax for its 4G network because it allowed the company to be first carrier with 4G marketing. But with AT&…

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AT&T

AT&T brings 4G LTE to NYC, LA, Orlando, San Fran, and 7 more cities

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AT&T is launching its 4G LTE network in 11 new cities today. The latest cities to get a speed boost include: New York City metro area Los Angeles, Oakland, San Diego, San Francisco, and San Jose, California A…

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LG

LG Connect 4G for MetroPCS revealed

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MetroPCS’s new mid-range Android smartphone called the LG Connect 4G (MS840) has been revealed. It’s rumored that this same model will not only hit Verizon as the VS840, but could also be one of Sp…

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