/// Verizon: Sorry for the 4G Downtime, But It Really Wasn’t That Bad

December 30, 2011  |  All Things Digital


In the wake of its  third outage this month , Verizon today defended its network performance. The carrier noted its overall 99 percent uptime and characterized the outages as the growing pains that come with the territory as it pioneers a new 4G LTE network. Each of the outages, Verizon said, had distinct causes. Here’s the full release: Statement From Verizon Wireless on 4GLTE Network 12/29/2011 In light of recent events, Verizon Wireless shared the following statement about its 4GLTE Network: The Verizon Wireless 4GLTE Network is BY FAR the largest and the most advanced 4GLTE wireless network in the world. It is available in 190 US markets and covers more than 200 million people, providing the fastest 4G Network in the US. Being a pioneer comes with growing pains. The recent issues that affected our customers’ 4GLTE service were unforeseen despite careful, diligent planning, deployment and ongoing upgrade programs. Problems customers experienced affected connectivity to the 4GLTE Network and data service

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Verizon: Sorry for the 4G Downtime, But It Really Wasn’t That Bad


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