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RootMetrics™ Ranks Verizon Wireless Tops At San Antonio International Airport

July 9, 2014

By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Telecommunications Weekly -- Verizon Wireless network has been recognized yet again as a RootScore award winner at San Antonio International Airport. Wireless testing company RootMetrics(™) ranked Verizon first in Data Performance at the airport for the second consecutive time.

"Between the long lines, security checkpoints and other delays, traveling through an airport is already difficult," said Lee Maschmann, executive director of network for Central Texas, Verizon Wireless. "Verizon Wireless is continually investing in network improvements to provide our customers traveling through San Antonio International Airport the fastest upload and download times."

RootMetrics' RootScore(™) Reports for airports highlight data performances of the major wireless carriers' networks based on reliability and speed. To evaluate the networks in each airport, RootMetrics measures how reliably and quickly each network is able to download and upload data, perform email tasks and handle fast files that represent elements of a webpage or app.

Verizon Wireless' 4G LTE network is the largest and most reliable 4G network in the country, with coverage in more than 500 markets. The network footprint in Central Texas covers 96 percent of the region's population. For more information about Verizon Wireless, follow Audrey Lundy on Twitter at @VZWAudrey.

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Source: Telecommunications Weekly

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