Posts Tagged ‘4G’

Wireless technology 10 times faster with new 4G LTE

by Published: October 15,2012

Tags: 4G, AT&T, C Spire Wireless, LTE, telecommunications, wireless technology

Wireless technology is getting faster for many Mississippians with the launching of the latest generation of wireless network technology by the area’s largest cellular providers. With the fourth generation (4G) Long Term Evolution (LTE) services introduced in the Jackson area by C Spire Wireless and AT&T, customers will experience the speed and advanced capabilities offered […] [...]

Bourne named president

Krista Bourne has been named president-Houston/Gulf Coast Region at Verizon Wireless. She replaces Kay Henze, who was recently named vice president-marketing for the Northeast Area. In this role, Bourne leads more than 2,500 employees and is responsible for directing sales, marketing, operations and financial performance across an area stretching from southeastern Texas along the Gulf […] [...]

UPDATE: C Spire to offer iPhone 4S; fourth company to do so and ahead of T-Mobile

PRE-REGISTRATION BEGINS TODAY; DEVICE WILL LAUNCH IN COMING WEEKS RIDGELAND —  As the Mississippi Business Journal reported several weeks ago, C Spire, the regional wireless carrier previously known as Cellular South, will have the newest iPhone from Apple to offer its customers. C Spire announced today that it will launch iPhone 4S in the U.S. […] [...]

AT&T Mississippi announces broadband network plan

One of the world’s leading wireless carriers is hoping to further expand the capitol “T” that is its stock symbol into even more regions in the Magnolia State. AT&T Mississippi’s Jackson headquarters rolled out its 2010 network plans Feb. 25, saying in a release that it expects to open 60 new cell sites this year […] [...]

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