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Verizon's LTE network launching November 15 with two data cards and over 30 markets?

Chris Ziegler
July 20, 2010
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We're being fed some information on Verizon's launch strategy for its first commercial 4G markets today; the bad news is that it's looking like you'll have to wait until the holiday shopping season, but the good news is that they should have a surprisingly decent footprint at launch. Specifically, we're hearing that two data cards (presumably including that LG VL600 USB stick) will kick things off on November 15 with over 30 markets around the country -- including biggies like New York, LA, Chicago, and Philadelphia -- alongside ten airports, perfect for you globetrotters on layovers. It was nice little exclusive period there, wasn't it, Sprint?

[Thanks, RBF]



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