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LTE in Charleston, SC


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OK, so this might not be the right place to ask... but...

 

Is there ANY plans for a 4G network in Charleston, SC? It is WELL into the top 56 million (sorted by population) that should receive LTE in 2012. This link shows all the number-crunching:

 

http://www.sprintusers.com/forum/showthread.php?t=225082

 

I have already been burned once, being first in line for an EVO 4G and never getting WiMax... so here i am doubting my decision to pick up an EVO 4G LTE.

 

Any news at all?

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It's coming to the Charleston area.

 

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OK, so this might not be the right place to ask... but...

 

Is there ANY plans for a 4G network in Charleston, SC? It is WELL into the top 56 million (sorted by population) that should receive LTE in 2012. This link shows all the number-crunching:

 

http://www.sprintuse...ad.php?t=225082

 

I have already been burned once, being first in line for an EVO 4G and never getting WiMax... so here i am doubting my decision to pick up an EVO 4G LTE.

 

Any news at all?

 

If you need a new phone get the EVO 4G LTE. But I would wait a couple months to see how the LTE rollout is working for everyone else.

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With Network Vision, LTE will be available everywhere we have native 3G coverage, but that will be by end of the project, circa 2014. I would buy a new device regardless, because even with 3G coverage, it will be fine. I have used the EVO LTE, and fell in love with it.

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