Nearly half of U.S. consumers don’t feel need for 4G LTE speed | Mobile – CNET News

Even though Apple’s next iPhone is widely expected to feature 4G LTE connectivity, a new survey finds that nearly half of U.S. consumers feel they don’t need the speedier wireless networks.

Nearly 47 percent of those surveyed by market analyst Piper Jaffray don’t feel they need access to a 4G LTE network, while another 26 percent said they thought all 4G LTE networks were largely the same. The purpose of the survey was to determine whether Sprint’s smaller 4G LTE footprint would negatively affect the carrier’s ability to sell the new iPhone, widely referred to as the iPhone 5.

via Nearly half of U.S. consumers don’t feel need for 4G LTE speed | Mobile – CNET News.

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