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Droid X - No 4G?

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid X' started by MrDonBonJovi, Jun 25, 2010.

  1. MrDonBonJovi
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    Just to start the discussion... is this a big deal to people?

    When is Verizon expected to have a decent 4G footprint?
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    No LTE? Not a big deal to me...It'll be a while before it's every where anyway.
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    Considering verizon doesnt have 4g, no, not a big deal.
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    If I remember correctly, I was told 4g is at least a year out where I live in FL.
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    Verizon has completed its test trials in its select markets. LTE is to be rolled out in 23-30 markets by the end of the year. It will be only for broadband cards. Full nation wide roll out by 2013