Posted 11/13/2013 at 4:48 PM
Posted 3 years ago
There is a noticeable plummeting downward of Verizon in big cities like New York and Los Angeles, etc. Users are putting “pressure” on the long-standing network, as Verizon’s chief financial officer would call it, which the boss of the company hopes to make all better in the coming year of 2014.
64% per cent of the data is being used by one-third of United States subscription holders.
In New York City, for instance, one might see the dip to 3G in daytime hours with the network experiencing one heck of a jam up. Verizon CRO Fran Shammo sang the blues with this one: “There are certain pockets where absolutely you’re going to experience that downtick from the LTE network down to 3G because of capacity constraints”.
Verizon wants everyone to believe that they are not only aware of the problem, but that adjustments are being made. Hmm.