New Report: Learn Why Verizon’s 4G LTE Isn’t Selling Like the iPhone

Just in time for some holiday break reading we introduce the Sidecut Reports 4G LTE MARKET REPORT for January, 2012. In this thorough, 16-page packet of goodness we break down why Verizon’s shiny new 4G LTE network hasn’t attracted the same crowds of customers as that slow, poky, 3G device known as the iPhone. And here’s our gift to you: This report can be purchased now, from our site, for the low low cost of just $1.99. That’s right, for the same price as a bottle of Two-buck Chuck you can guzzle down a boatload of news and analysis guaranteed to bring you right up to speed on all the details of Verizon’s 4G LTE rollout, even if you haven’t really been paying attention. (In fact we suggest you spend $4 and get one of each, and drink one while you read the other. Now that’s getting in the holiday “spirit!”)

Included alongside our breakdown of Verizon’s year of LTE is insight into the fledgling LTE efforts of AT&T and Sprint Nextel, along with some predictions on how the LTE market in the U.S. will shake out over the critical first six months of 2012. Devices, prices, data plans, it’s all in here — so get your copy today!

SIDECUT FOR THE IPHONE! Hey iPhone users — want to read this report as an ePub document? Then get over to Lulu and purchase a copy there! (iTunes store link to come). Price is $2.99, just like the Kindle price. An extra buck for the e-convenience.

ALSO: Kindle fans can purchase a Kindle copy of the report on Amazon’s site — though you will pay an extra buck for the convenience. Click here to buy a Kindle copy.

2 Responses to “New Report: Learn Why Verizon’s 4G LTE Isn’t Selling Like the iPhone”

  1. Where, Oh Where Is That Killer App? | Altair Says:

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  2. Lack of Interest in LTE | Altair Says:

    […] read a recent report that discusses the lukewarm reception for Verizon’s LTE service. We are one year in, and it seems that a disappointing number of devices have been shipped to-date, […]