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    Cellco Partnership, doing business as Verizon Wireless, is a wireless phone provider that owns and operates the largest mobile telecommunications network in the United States, based on a total of 92.1 million U.S. subscribers.[1] Headquartered in Basking Ridge, New Jersey,[2] the company is a joint venture of U.S. telecommunications firm Verizon Communications and British-based multinational mobile network operator Vodafone Group, with 55 and 45 percent ownership respectively.

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    1. Management believes that Verizon Wireless must offer a quality product to drive value to subscribers with less of a focus on price competition, and should only use promotional activity selectively.
      In Analysts: Verizon working with Ericsson to add small cells, sees positive results of LTE-U trials
    2. For some operators, the case for pushing on HSPA and HSPA+ is a strong one as they clearly need to recoup their investments. But for some others, such as Verizon Wireless in the U.S., the need for LTE is clearer as they cannot upgrade their W-CDMA networks.
      In Economic realities to impact LTE roll-out
    3. Current and prospective customers have told us they want this and we are responding to that demand.  For those who have wanted to sign up for Verizon Wireless service but hesitated because of reception problems unique to their home location, this is the answer.
      In Femtocell market update for week of 26 Jan 2009 « 3G In The Home