Honda has joined forces with Verizon Wireless in order to
develop a new telematics platform that's capable of utilizing 4G LTE networks. While the folks at Honda Superstore of Lisle agree this is a bold move, it's one that will surely pay off. All leading cell phone companies agree that 4G connectivity is the future of the wireless industry, meaning Honda should continue to widen the gap between them and their competitors.
While some folks might be wondering why Honda chose Verizon over some of their competitors, allow us to help you understand. Despite what you might see on commercials, not all
4G is created equal. Only Verizon's 4G LTE (Long Term Evolution) is a true fourth-generation cell technology.
Second, Verizon boasts the largest 4G LTE network of more than 258
markets, which can cover over 2/3 of everybody in the US.
For the third point, we'll let Verizon Wireless Chief Marketing Officer, Tami Erwin explain, "As an innovator in the technology industry, Verizon is a natural impetus for this collaboration, which we all expect will include other companies and spur results that will benefit not only the industry, but millions of consumers around the world."1
If you would like to learn more about the recent partnership between Verizon Wireless and Honda, contact Honda Superstore of Lisle today.
We also recommend that you take a look at our new
2012 and 2012 Honda inventory, at 4475 Lincoln Ave, Lisle, IL. Our Honda dealership is located near Chicago, and we have a huge selection of popular Honda models including the Honda Civic and Honda Accord. We look forward to serving you in the near future!