More Proof Verizon Wireless’ 4G LTE Network Reigns Supreme

PCMag LogoPC Magazine conducted 140,000 tests in 21 cities all across the United States with a total of 16 handsets.  And their conclusion was…

Verizon’s 4G LTE network dominates other mobile web options, and also beats out many home Internet connections.  PC Magazine conducted the investigation by sending six people across the country, driving over 6,000 miles, in a Ford Focus and Ford Fiesta loaned to PC Magazine by Ford.  PC Magazine did some modifications that included a Duracell Digital Inverter 400 to power the eight phones that each vehicle carried as well as custom software designed by Sensorly, a network testing firm.   The phones used in these test were:

Samsung Infuse 4G – AT&T

LG Optimus C – Cricket

Samsung Galaxy Indulge – MetroPCS

HTC EVO 4G – Sprint 3G

HTC EVO 4G – Sprint 4G

Samsung Galaxy S 4G – T-Mobile

Droid Incredible by HTC – Verizon 3G

HTC Thunderbolt – Verizon 4G

And my favorite quote from one of the articles from PCMag.com, “Because of the different technologies involved, we used separate phones to test Sprint’s and Verizon’s 3G and 4G networks, but we couldn’t separate AT&T’s and T-Mobile’s 3G areas from 4G areas.” Probably because their 4G doesn’t exist!  And now the results for your enjoyment: Verizon 4G LTE PC Magazine Test Read on at PCMag.com. Read more 4G LTE articles here.

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