AT&T has upgraded mobile Internet cell sites in Detroit and Romulus.
So what’s the newest, latest and greatest from the ever-shifting sands of high technology? Well, let’s grab a couple of shovels and dig it…
Verizon Wireless Tuesday announced it is bringing the nation’s largest 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) network to the Grand Traverse Area on Thursday, June 21.
Verizon Wireless has boosted its voice and 3G and 4G data capacity in much of downtown Detroit using an alternative form of technology to traditional cell sites.
Verizon Wireless announced Wednesday that it is expanding what it calls the world’s first large-scale 4G Long Term Evolution network into Lansing on Thursday, Aug. 18.
T-Mobile USA Inc. announced Wednesday that the company is doubling the theoretical peak download speed of its 4G network in Flint and Ann Arbor to 42 megabits per second.
Verizon Wireless said Monday that the Grand Rapids, Lansing, Saginaw and Bay City areas would be among 140 markets nationwide to get high-speed fourth-generation, or 4G LTE high-speed data service this year.
On Thursday, AT&T announced its plans for a $19-billion capital project that includes bringing 4G speeds and enhanced reliability to Detroit.
Verizon Wireless announced Tuesday it is expanding its high-speed 4G LTE network on Thursday, Feb. 17 to cover more than 80 percent of the population in the metropolitan Detroit area.
I have seen the future, and it is 4G. And I don’t want to go back. Verizon Wireless has fired up its so-called 4G LTE, for Fourth Generation Long Term Evolution, network in parts of northern Wayne and Macomb counties, and I got a blazing fast sample Thursday at Verizon’s Novi store.