Verizon has been pretty fast when it comes to rolling out their 4G LTE network coverage, most definitely beating out their competitors like AT&T and Sprint. Well thanks to their speedy efforts, it looks like Verizon will be able to finish their LTE rollout mid-2013, a good half a year ahead of schedule. This was announced by the carrier’s CFO, Fran Shammo, who was speaking at the Wells Fargo Securities Technology, Media & Telecom Conference. As it stands Verizon has the largest LTE coverage in the US, followed by AT&T, with Sprint taking third place and with T-Mobile having yet to roll out their LTE network (coming in 2013). So if you were hoping to hob aboard the 4G LTE bandwagon, we guess Verizon will most likely have you covered before the competition.
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