December 13th, 2011, 12:54 AM
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Originally Posted by rshimizu12
Actually Cricket is going to offer the LTE service for their phones at some point "Cricket does not plan to provide 4G LTE
mobile devices (feature phones, smartphones or tablets) just yet as they were judged too expensive to fit in Cricket’s product catalogue. Cricket’s first focus will be USB modems for laptops and desktops and it will start proposing LTE
phones only when “they are thin and cheap enough, and have decent battery life,” said Matt Stoiber, Cricket’s vice president for Device Development, according to PCmag
But T-Mobile's 4G service will put significant pressure on VM.
Here is an example of when competition is good for the consumer.. who cast those dollar votes...
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