What is LTE?
How would I use LTE while I have a data plan from a cellphone carrier?
- Asked by Narain J from Brampton
2 Answers from the Community
LTE, also known as Long Term Evolution, marketed as 4G service in the United States. It is the new faster wireless data service provided, speeds reached on 4G LTE are faster than most common homes, speeds reaching at the most of 12 mbps (depending on your service provider, and location.) with LTE youll be able to browse the web, watch videos, download apps and music much faster then before on a 3G phone.
- Answered by Edgar V from Panorama City
- Oct 24, 2012
Long Term Evolution, which is a standard for wireless communication of high-speed data for mobile phones and data terminals.
- Answered by Anil B
- Oct 7, 2012