Tag Archives: LTE

Android 4.2.2 OTA Rolling Out For The Nexus 4, LTE Users Beware

After Android 4.2.2 rolled out for every other current Nexus device that’s non-carrier based, it’s finally the Nexus 4′s turn.  The build number is for the new ROM is JDQ39, which is the same was what we’re seeing on the other Nexus devices.  It’s obviously slowly rolling out OTA to your Nexus 4s, so if you want your hands on 4.2.2 now, you can… Read more

AT&T Rolls Out LTE In 6 More Markets

AT&T’s 4G LTE network is getting bigger and bigger every month. Their new rollouts are coming often, and the newest one brings the coveted LTE to six different markets. Here’s a list: Northwest Georgia Albany, GA Cecil County, MD Norfolk/Portsmouth/Virginia Beach, VA Montgomery County, PA Bucks County, PA Tell us if you live in… Read more

T-Mobile Galaxy S III LTE May Launch March 27th Or April 3rd

T-Mobile is working on their LTE network, with a bit of LTE showing up in some places, but what’s the use of LTE without any LTE enabled phones? If you’ve been itching for Samsung’s flagship on T-Mo’s brand new LTE network, they’re planning to launch a Galaxy S III LTE soon. The device might launch either March 27th or April 3rd. However, you’ll have to… Read more

T-Mobile LTE Lights Up In Kansas City

We know that T-Mobile is planning to launch their LTE network soon, but it seems that it has gone live in Kansas City, at least partially. Someone with an AT&T Galaxy Note (original) noticed he had 4G LTE in one area on T-Mobile, and a speed test shows it to be true. Since the AT&T Note supports Band 4 LTE, it will work on T-Mobile’s 1700MHz AWS… Read more

AT&T Buys $1.9 Billion Worth Of 700MHz Spectrum From Verizon

Once upon a time, Verizon stumbled upon a very rare chance to buy a nationwide license for a 700MHz Upper C block of spectrum. Though most spectrum is sold by region, they managed to snap up a massive amount of spectrum all at once. To this day, Verizon has used that spectrum to roll out their LTE basically everywhere they can, while other carriers have… Read more