AT&T: Our path to LTE is not delayed

Verizon Wireless made all of the LTE news last week, announcing plans to launch the technology in 38 U.S. markets and covering more than 100 million potential subscribers along with 60 airports by the end of this year. AT&T didn't say a word last week about its LTE plans, but PC Magazine quoted AT&T spokesman Seth Bloom as saying: "We don't have the technical limitations of the CDMA network, so our path to LTE isn't 'delayed.'" AT&T has plans to roll out LTE next year. Article

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