AT&T Talks LTE

By  |  Wednesday, February 10, 2010 at 12:04 pm

Anxious to see AT&T improve its wireless network? The long-term solution won’t involve beefing up the company’s current 3G network–it’ll be nailing LTE, the even-higher-speed 4G wireless technology that’ll eventually replace the current network. AT&T announced today that it’s working with equipment manufacturers Alcatel Lucent and Ericsson to begin tests of LTE later this year, with a full rollout in 2011.

LTE isn’t a magic bullet, but it’s promising and I look forward to its arrival. Even though absolutely none of the phones and wireless adapters we own now will be compatible with it…


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2 Comments For This Post

  1. Nancy Letterman Says:

    You make it sound like this is new news, well it is for AT&T but Verizon has already started testing it’s LTE and expects to roll out later this year which puts AT&T a full year behind Verizon in this advancement. This is the reason why I have a Straight Talk phone because it runs on Verizon’s network nationwide and Verizon’s network is the best. I like it because Straight Talk is much cheaper than everything else available, I have unlimited talk, texts and data for only $45 per month.

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