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  1. bespinct's Avatar
    I think technically Verizon land lines fall under a different entity within Verizon. Verizon Wireless works independently.
    It probably has to do with the archaic technology that has only had minor upgrades for years. And Verizon isn't the only poor landline service provider.

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    03-13-2013 06:33 PM
  2. anon(394005)'s Avatar
    For me, it's Verizon because they provide the best coverage where I live/work and travel, all with fast LTE speeds (see below)!

    From the Speed Test app this morning:
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    I recently went on a couple roads trips; one between Birmingham, AL and Detroit, MI, the other between Birmingham, AL and St. Pete, FL. The first was primarily all Interstate travel where I had LTE coverage pretty much the entire time (expected). But the second I was very pleasantly surprised as I had LTE at least 90% the entire time including many areas away from any Interstates such as in SE Alabama and the west coast of Florida between St. Pete and Tallahassee. I just wasn't expecting that amount of LTE coverage away from major roads. It was awesome though and made me appreciate Verizon!
    05-27-2013 02:13 PM
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