We love 4G phones. Just kidding, because we've actually had some pretty bad experiences with them, from blue screens to connectivity issues. And because of that, we've been outraged by the fact that some LTE devices have been priced at $300.
Now, it seems that some manufacturers and carriers are deciding to lower that extra expense for having faster data. LG and Verizon, respectively, have lowered the price of the LG Revolution to just $199.99 on contract, which makes LTE 4G more accessible to the demographic that usually springs for the normal smartphone price.
Could this help Verizon's LTE network take off? If more people have access to it, it's gotta turn out to be more popular, right?[Droid-Life]