Verizon Wireless (VZW) officially entered the 4G market in December 2010, launching in 38 markets with their 4G LTE network that touts speeds up to 10 times faster than 3G. Most recently, those that have 4G enabled devices may have noticed the rollout in downtown Louisville for Thunder Over Louisville and future plans for Derby day 4G LTE coverage.
According to PC Mag: In other professional speed tests taking place across the country, speeds were just as impressive: Slashgear in Phoenix, AZ reported 12.44/6.73 Mbps, GigaOM in Philadelphia, PA reported 11.7/5.6, Gizmodo in New York City reported 9.5/2.9 Mbps, and MSNBC.com in Seattle, WA recorded whopping speeds of 32.8/11.99 Mbps.
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