Verizon Wireless will be holding a press conference tomorrow at CTIA around 2:30 EDT. The topic of discussion so far will be their plans to rollout their LTE (4G) coverage across the US as previously reported. No official word if we will hear any new devices being mentioned but we will just have to wait and see. Hopefully we get a better look into their timeline of when and where we can expect LTE to launch and the featured devices that will be running it! Check out the link below for more information as well as a feed to watch and listen tomorrow!
Right now only Sprint boasts 4G speeds in America, but Verizon Wireless looks to kick off their own 4G LTE efforts with a bang, launching in 30 cities across the nation later in 2010. They’ll be able to reach up to 100 million people with their 4G range- nothing short of astounding.
But what devices will run on Verizon’s 4G network when it launches? That’s something we’re hoping to find out tomorrow, at CTIA Apps & Enterprise, when Verizon’s head honcho hosts a Press Conference on the future of Verizon’s 4G LTE Network.
It’s possible we don’t hear anything about specific devices, but we’ve got our fingers crossed. And either way, streaming the NFL Mobile App on Verizon just in time for the playoffs will be straight up sugar.
Quentyn and I are in San Francisco now to cover the event and Verizon is marked down as one of our top priorities so expect coverage tomorrow. It goes down at 2:30pm EDT and if you’re not at CTIA you can watch and listen in here.
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