Verizon Rolls Out LTE Advanced Tech for Faster Wireless Data Speeds



As the title states, Verizon Wireless is rolling out 50 percent faster peak wireless data speeds to more than 288 million people in 461 cities from coast to coast.

It looks to be the mobile giant, which is the largest mobile carrier in the US, is combining “multiple channels to speed mobile data over the network,” allowing for peak speeds that are 50 percent faster than before. In essence, up to three bandwidth channels are bundled together to create one large channel, which allows Verizon to send data sessions across the most efficient routes.

From Tami Erwin, head of operations for Verizon’s wireless unit:
“Our customers just received a major network enhancement for no additional cost,”

I’ve checked Verizon websites, no announcement showing yet, though the news seems to be very common.

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