With America’s largest 4G LTE network which covers 190 markets and 200 million people, Verizon Wireless is now making moves to make their stance on 4G permanent. The carrier is planning for all devices in the future to have the 4G feature, a pretty tough requirement considering that the recent iPhone 4S would be ineligible for the list. Although Verizon will support devices from BlackBerry and Windows Phones, they will most likely be required to have 4G LTE built-in to be eligible. Read more
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