|reply to brianiscool |
This is true. 4G is over hyped. Maybe it's my aging thunderbolt, but I rarely get over 6mbps in DC area on Vz LTE over the course of about 2 years and I'm consistently having to use "3G" connections, which allow me to do the things I want to do away from wifi such as stream audio, use Google Maps, and use other basic applications. With all of the restrictions on new "4G" connections, their utility is questionable. I DO have unlimited data, but it's not that useful right now.
So, yea, 4G is over hyped... It shouldn't be priced higher, it's an incremental upgrade that should be included in the cost of doing business, perhaps like the transition from 1X -> 2G -> 3G...