Confusion and Skepticism May Impede 4G Adoption

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Click through for reasons 4G adoption may be slower than originally anticipated, provided by Retrevo.

Topics : Cellular Platforms, Time Warner, Verizon

As Verizon continues to roll out its 4G LTE network across the country at an accelerated rate and AT&T also picks up speed in its 4G deployment, it would seem that widespread 4G adoption is a foregone conclusion. Unfortunately, it looks like consumers may be so confused over 4G that they have become hesitant to move to 4G, at least in the near term. In a recent Retrevo Gadgetology study, less than a quarter of the respondents say they're going for 4G. With so many potential 4G customers expressing concerns about cost and performance, providers of 4G phones and services could be in for some disappointment.

 

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