It has been revealed that a report has managed to obtain details of the Verizon roadmap for the rollout of its 4G mobile broadband services, and the provider has plans to provide cover for seventy five percent of the United States by April of 2012.
It has been claimed that the Boy Genius Report has recently managed to get its hands on the Verizon roadmap for the rollout of next generation mobile broadband services, which is its 4G LTE service. The 4G service from Verizon is set to cover seventy five percent of the United States by April of 2012.
According to the report Verizon is set to release its first LTE MiFi device early next year, and this device will be able to connect ten WiFi users at the same time to the service. According to officials Verizon will be amongst the first carriers to offer LTE services, as not only will it have its LTE network up and running in many major markets but it will expand further next year.
The report claims that the communications giant wants all of its current 3G networks covered by 4G technology by 2013 and in addition to this it also wants to expand its 4G network to areas where there it does not current have 3G networks available by this time.
The 4G LTE network that the provider is working will be created primarily using the chunk of spectrum that it purchased in a 2008 auction. In addition to rolling out its 4G LTE network the report claims that Verizon may be on the verge of releasing more devices in the near future.
Source – Network World