Verizon, one of the fastest growing phone and Internet companies today recently came out with its 4G network. This week it hit Southeast parts of Wisconsin that until recently hadn’t experienced these lightning fast Internet speeds and new wireless systems. Verizon 4G Internet allows faster Web browsing, video chat, and file transfer.
Recently while awaiting the release of its 4G Internet, Verizon said “real-world, fully loaded network environments,” subscribers using the Verizon 4G network should see average download rates of 5 to 12 megabits per second and upload speeds of 2 to 5 Mbps.
It seems that Wireless Internet customers in Wisconsin who have experienced 4G are pleased so far. “I’ve been pretty satisfied with the speed of it,” said Jordan Bingham of Wisconsin. “Not sure if it was only being tested here but hope it stays,” he wrote. “Web browsing was noticeably faster, especially earlier today. . . It was like using my home PC.”
Lucky for Bingham, 4G is definitely here to stay. Milwaukee is only one of the first cities along with Sacramento California and Dayton Ohio to experience Verizon’s 4G network. By the end of 2013 the company plans to offer 4G to its entire 3G coverage area.
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