The demand for 4G LTE connectivity has never been greater, so, consequently, operators are pulling out all the stops to try to fulfil the extremely high demand and Sprint Corporation is no exception. In an effort to keep up with its competitors, Sprint announced this morning that it has launched its high-speed 4G LTE data in an additional 40 locations across the United States, bumping its networks total number of nationwide markets up to 340.
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AT&T has again broadened its horizons by upgrading and expanding its LTE connectivity services to 20 additional new locations. The announcement was made in a sequential series of press releases on the carrier’s website, and the operator didn’t fail to grab this opportunity to remind us that it was named as having the fastest 4G LTE connection in the U.S.A. throughout the entire year of 2013.
Earlier today, T-Mobile announced that it’s in the throes of expanding its LTE connectivity service to include a further 14 new markets. The announcement was made in a single press release on the carrier’s website and the operator didn’t hesitate to take the opportunity to mention that its service now provides “super fast” data speeds to over 200 million people in the United States.
AT&T has again broadened its horizons by expanding its 4G network coverage across Texas and launching the availability of its “super fast” LTE signal to Stephenville, TX as part of its three-year Project Velocity IP (VIP) investment plan, which is aimed at improving and enhancing both broadband and 4G network access across the whole of the United States.
Not for the first this month, AT&T has announced in a series of press releases on its official website that it’s in the process of switching on its super-fast 4G LTE network, and this time its in additional twelve markets spread across the U.S. This announcement bumps the operators total LTE market count up to a mind-blowing 488 locations, which makes it the largest 4G-enabled carrier located in the United States.
The demand for 4G LTE connectivity has never been greater; consequently operators are pulling out all the stops to try to fulfil the high demand and Sprint is no exception. In an effort to keep up with its competitors, the popular operator announced this morning that it has launched its high-speed 4G LTE data in an additional 70 locations across the United States, bumping its networks total number of nationwide markets up to 300.
Yesterday, Google officially announced that its latest ASUS produced flagship tablet, the Nexus 7, is now available in white for residents in the United States. The team at Mountain View also added that the new color is on its way to Japan and the U.K.
Late last night, Google officially announced the expanding availability of its Google Search service, Google Now to include an additional 3 new languages, Japanese, German and French. Obviously, you’ll need the latest version of the Google Search app installed on your device to use the service, but once that’s done you’ll be able to ask questions in these three newly implemented languages, as well as English and receive spoken results.
EE, U.K.’s current largest 4G network, has once again expanded its rapidly-growing LTE service to cover another 10 towns across the United Kingdom. This expansion was announced in a press release on the operators website where EE claims its 4G service now covers more than 65% of the U.K’s population.
Today, the popular British operator, Three U.K, officially launched its “super-fast” 4G service in three cities across the United Kingdom without warning. The carrier claims that “a few thousand” customers in London, Birmingham and Manchester have been given access to its new LTE network and by the end of February 1.5 million customers with 4G-enabled devices will have the ability to use the service.