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Engadget: Bluegrass Cellular starts rolling out 4G LTE network with a bit of help from Verizon

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Bluegrass Cellular starts rolling out 4G LTE network with a bit of help from Verizon
Nov 5th 2012, 20:38

Bluegrass Cellular starts rolling out 4G LTE network with a bit of help from Verizon

LTE. LTE. More LTE. That's what's currently roaming the minds of wireless carriers in the US of A, and while Verizon, AT&T and Sprint are at the forefront of it all, smaller networks are also looking to get a piece of the "real 4G" pie. The latest one to flip its own Long Term Evolution switch is Bluegrass Cellular, which was accomplished in large part thanks to Verizon's LTE in Rural America program, and is a culmination of an agreement inked back in 2010 between the two telcos. With the initial rollout phase, Bluegrass Cellular's expected to cover more than 348,000 folks in cities such as Bowling Green, Glasgow, Radcliff, Bardstown and Elizabethtown, offering subscribers in these areas speeds of around 12Mbps down and 5Mbps up. Naturally, Bluegrass plans on bringing LTE to more of its covered markets, with the outfit noting that it "will continue to expand 4G LTE to additional areas in 2013."

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