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Verizon 4G LTEWith the development of smartphones comes a greater demand for fast and efficient network access. Our mobile phones are now capable of browsing the Internet, streaming video and audio, and making video calls. There are also apps offering services such as streaming movies, news and sports. This all adds up to a much greater demand for data download. The latest generation of mobile network is 4G. While different carriers are offering different solutions they are collectively gathered under the 4G banner. Find out about the latest smartphones that run on these new networks and the dramatic increase in download and upload speeds that you can expect.

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A review of the cheapest 4G Android phone in Sprint's arsenal, the Samsung Conquer 4G. Find out exactly how this smartphone measures up and why it is being offered at a relatively...

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The Huawei Impulse 4G is one of the latest mobile phones to be released by AT&T. It was made available only a month ago on September 18th and has captured a lot of attention thanks...

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