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Old February 16th, 2013, 11:22 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by mak916 View Post
I live on the West Coast and T-Mobile seems to have very good coverage here in my city. I really like the fact that their phones are GSM. But how will GSM play into their phones as they move toward LTE?
LTE is a 4g technology that is a part of GSM.

Originally Posted by Droidwerks View Post
If I understand correctly, VZW's LTE phones are mostly GSM. So, it would seems that the major US cell carriers are finally making the switch to GSM...
While Verizon uses LTE, which is a GSM technology, they still use CDMA for Voice and non-4G data. Once Verizon's entire network is supports LTE, then they likely will drop CDMA, but that is a long way away since they would lose all 2G and 3G connectivity.
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