Verizon Wireless has announced launch of large-scale 4G LTE network on Sunday, December 5.
MetroPCS launched LTE services in Las Vegas in September this year and became first USA operator to offer commercial LTE services.
Verizon Wireless and Alcatel-Lucent have entered in a four-year agreement expected to be worth US$4 billion for Alcatel-Lucent wireless network architecture and services to support Verizon Wireless
Verizon has formaly announced to launch LTE in 38 major metropolitan areas, covering more than 110 million Americans, by the end of the year.
Verizon has announced rapid deployment of the a large-scale LTE network today from the CTIA Enterprise & Applications 2010 conference.
Verizon Wireless will hold a news conference on 6 October during CTIA Enterprise & Applications 2010, in San Francisco according to the company press release.
At an investor conference in New York, Verizon's CEO Ivan Seidenberg said that Verizon's new data plans would be different from AT&T's plans, but he didn't provide details.
Verizon has once again confirmed the plans to launch LTE in 30 cities however they have not released city names yet.
Verizon Wireless, which is ready to roll out LTE network some time in November, is trying to get the FCC approval to allow them to buy more spectrum so that they can cover the state of Alaska.
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