Analysts speculate that Sprint may have to discontinue its all-you-can eat data plan to keep their data network speedy as it transitions to LTE
Device Index LTE
AT&T is formally introducing its 4G LTE network on Sunday, as well as its first LTE smartphones: the HTC Vivid and the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket.
BGR: Available online now, the Verizon Wireless MiFi 4510L 4G LTE mobile hotspot will hit store shelves later this week.
Geek.com: Carrier plans to boost network speed for its high-speed network as well.
Mobile Burn: Connects up to 5 Wi-Fi-enabled devices via 4G, 3G, and 1X connections.
Verizon's first LTE handset comes out today on the heels of several impressive 4G smartphones on other carriers -- but do consumers know what 4G is?
Mobile Burn: The HTC ThunderBolt will be Verizon's first 4G LTE phone.
Brighthand: The Samsung Stealth to join HTC ThunderBolt as cutting-edge mobile devices for Verizon's 4G wireless network.
InformationWeek: If Sprint doesn't announce new WiMax equipment at CTIA, then we've got our answer.
PC World: Final version of the world's first advanced LTE mobile data standard approved by cell phone vendors.
BGR: Android-run ThunderBolt to support simultaneous voice and data on Verizon's 4G network, which isn't true of all LTE smartphones.
Brighthand: As one of the first LTE smartphones, the HTC ThunderBolt leads the pack of Verizon's lineup of 4G mobile devices.
Verizon CEO Ivan Seidenberg's keynote address focuses on company's long view of wireless data communications and entertainment.
Brighthand: Ad gives sneak peek at the HTC ThunderBolt, an upcoming smartphone for Verizon's LTE network.
Brighthand: Verizon promises to unveil the first smartphones to support for its 4G LTE carrier network later this week.