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    Article: Verizon director admits to LTE-Advanced future

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    "LTE-Advanced?" ...it doesn't matter what you call it -- what matters is what the sustainable up and down speeds are to the end user. For all I care, call it LTE-monkey-edition, but provide good speeds, unlimited, for relatively reasonable costs.

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    Yep. That's the bottom line...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ventz View Post
    "LTE-Advanced?" ...it doesn't matter what you call it -- what matters is what the sustainable up and down speeds are to the end user. For all I care, call it LTE-monkey-edition, but provide good speeds, unlimited, for relatively reasonable costs.
    I agree with you re: faster speeds.

    However, there really does need to be some regulation re: what carriers are allowed to advertise. The ITU has standards, but the average consumer is not going to know the difference between 3G, WiMAX, HSPA+, first generation LTE, LTE-Advanced, IMT-Advanced, or anything else. The false advertising by the carriers only leads to confusion and letdowns for the consumers.
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