Ha nice I just got a nice promotion and saving 40 bucks a month, and now let's see how long that's gonna last. I hope prizes don't get to crazy
This is good and bad news.
Good = because it's more information regarding LTE devices
bad = 2.5 months (most likely) for dual-core devices
... as for tiered pricing... cable companies do it for internet speeds... so why not on your cell phone? I'm not saying I like the fact that I'll have to pay more for speed, but it's not out of the ordinary.
I use about 2GB a month on my droid, but thats mostly because I'm in college and I'm using it on the bus between classes and when I'm bored in class. I'm graduating soon and I'd imagine I would use my phone less at my job, even if it is an IT job lol
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I just attended the first LTE training for VZW. It will penetrate buildings better because it will operate on 700Mhz bandwidth. It will avg 2-5 Mbps and have a maximum rate of 12Mbps
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I also know that VZW has purchased rights to nation-wide LTE coverage that is "supposed" to be complete by 2013. Even places that do not have 3G coverage now will be LTE by 2013. This is exciting and the fact that AT&T is right at a full year behind.
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Since phones come and go in the market place at the speed of light my answer is no the rates should stay the same. At some point all of the 3G phone sets will be gone as will the 3G usage. 4g is here to stay. Why buy a 4g phone and use it on a 3G network that is going away. At some point Verizon will simply remove 3G pricing on the basis that it's obsolete and all phones will be transferred to the 4g system IMhO.