Now, as reported by CNN, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile are getting their “4G networks” just as fast as Verizon Wireless’ 4G network.
The phone/tablet in this picture is the Samsung Galaxy Note, available on AT&T’s networks.
If you’re on a 4G network but are not experiencing fast speeds, here’s a few reasons why you might want to upgrade your phone to the faster 4G network.
Video conference – While on the road it’s now even more practical to conduct a live video conference with one or more people.
Fast video download – When you visit your next hot prospect or customer you can now safely download or stream video and know that it will look good when you show it to them. You can do more than show paper documents or talk to them, you can show them video.
Remote file access – accessing remote files (from an online server or on premise service in the office) is even a better experience as the files will download fast
These are just three reasons why you might want to consider upgrading your phone to ensure it’s operating on the fasted 4G network possible. Keep in mind that being on a 4G network does not mean you’ll get 4G speeds all the time. If you’re in a place that only offers 3G – that’s what you’ll get at that time.
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