How much better is LTE than 3G?
delia25 1 year ago
I've been on Sprint for a while, but their data speeds have just been terrible lately. Where I am is slated to get upgraded to LTE shortly, but I'm at the end of my contract. Except for data speeds, I have been happy with Sprint. My options are to get a new LTE phone from Sprint and possibly wait a while for the speeds to improve or pay quite a lot more to get a comparable plan from another carrier. I detest AT&T since spending 19 hours (I kept track) trying to sort out a problem with my internet connection where they kept telling me again and again that it was my fault/I was doing something wrong. Of course it turned out that their installation was faulty when they finally sent someone out, just as I had told them repeatedly. I'm actually still a little mad about that, now that I think about it. 19 hours! So basically that leaves Verizon, and maybe T-Mo, since I'll never give AT&T another dime if I can help it. How much better is LTE than 3G? Is it really noticeable, or just a little faster?
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