Verizon Wireless Launches Nine New 4G Lte Markets Today and Expands 4G Lte Network in

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  1. Big Ry

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    ^^^ this

    It pisses me off that they totally skip our state. But places like easton, pa and bethlehem, pa get it? Easton and bethlehem? Seriously!? There's nothing there!

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    Don't disparage the military as d'oh-heads. They do some amazing things and many Military individuals are probably more savvy than most people give them credit for.

    Army is launching an app store for Android on thier own initiative.

    US Army starts military app store for iOS, Android | Electronista

    So before you judge, stop and think where your perceptions are coming from, and whether they may be due to mis-information.

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    B.D.
     
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    Don't worry, they skipped New Hampshire too :(
     
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    at this point, why bother

    I looked at the street level 4G coverage map from Verizon for Silver Spring, MD. It's a checkerboard; 3G, 4G, 3G, not solid at all. 4G on my block, 3G all around. If I'm home, I'll use WiFi. If I'm riding in a car, I'd be jumping back and forth from 4G to 3G to 4G to 3G every tenth of a mile. Is it worth being concerned about 4G at this time when the coverage is so miniscule, and certainly not solid?
     
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