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Verizon Wants LTE All at Once

Michelle Donegan
Wireless Bits
Michelle Donegan
9/28/2009

8:15 AM -- When it comes to LTE, Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE: VZ) isn't messing around.

The carrier doesn't want to tease customers with a few trial LTE networks here and there next year and aims to start services in as many of the 25 to 30 planned markets as possible, all at the same time, according to Verizon's senior VP and CTO Tony Melone in this interview with Information Week. (See Verizon: This Is How We'll Do It and Thinking LTE? Think Distributed.)

— Michelle Donegan, European Editor, Unstrung

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