AT&T Moves to 4G in Miami and Elsewhere

I travel a great deal and have had a chance to test AT&T’s wireless

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service in areas such as Dallas, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Los Angeles, San Francisco and others. What I have noticed is the service is improving and aside from occasional glitches, surfing the web on an Apple iPhone 3Gs is a more pleasant experience. I don’t think it approaches Verizon Wireless yet but then again, VZW doesn’t have to deal with the onslaught of wireless data requests generated from legions of iPhone users. AT&T has an opportunity of a lifetime to upgrade its network before it loses iPhone exclusivity (assuming it does).

To say the company is rushing to improve its service would be an understatement – in fact it is doubling its data speed through the use of HSPA in six cities — Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami and Charlotte. This is great news as the next ITEXPO and – East 2010 and the collocated 4G Wireless Evolution will take place in Miami this January and these upgrades should be in place by year’s end. I am looking forward to testing the service out then.

  • Jerrold Niziolek
    March 30, 2010 at 8:53 am

    Internet has permeated through all walks of lives, and this has tremendously increased the need for better connectivity. Lately, businesses regardless of being offline or online, view internet and its connectivity as an indispensable part of their business process. However, remote areas and their businesses had to be satisfied with the available connectivity, owing to chiefly, higher cost of laying cables where returns would be minimal for the service providers. Growing hunger for internet usage has spurred technology providers into action to produce a slew of connectivity tools. Among them, two distinct technologies called WiMAX and HSPA have emerged to fight it to the hilt for the larger share of connectivity pie

  • creditratinguk
    June 29, 2010 at 3:31 pm

    As this new technology takes hold, people will be able to navigate the internet faster from wherever they are across the country. This summer, 4G networks will be rolled out in many of the major cities in America, including New York City, Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Washington D.C., Houston, Denver, Kansas City, St. Louis, Minneapolis, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Miami and Salt Lake City. Soon, inhabitants of those great cities will be able to use their smartphones and computers to surf the internet with incredible ease and speed. Gone are the days where you have to pull over to use a payphone or go inside and wait for your dial-up internet connection to finally allow you to check your email. Technology just keeps getting better, so make sure you keep up with it.

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