AT&T Responds To T-Mobile’s 4G Network Claims, Does A Bad Job At It

Look, as I usually say, this is a fan site at its core so you can expect a positive T-Mobile spin on posts like this one.  I can’t argue the validity of AT&T’s point since I really wasn’t even aware they had their own HSPA+ network, which I guess is part of their argument.   “We have what you have and don’t call it what you call it.”  The bottom line is that T-Mobile is less concerned about proving themselves as truly having a 4G network and more about how the entire concept itself is skewed as the numbers game means little to the end consumer who can’t tell the difference between 4G and 3G other than 4 is higher than 3.  So what does mean something?  Raw speed and it is in that realm that T-Mobile wins right now.  T-Mobile has the fastest mobile network in the US right now, hands down.

More to the point is that AT&T could cover every single living breathing person in the US right now and you still wouldn’t be able to make a damn call on the iPhone. So AT&T listen up, worry less about what your competition is doing and worry more about making your network suck less so when you do lose the iPhone people actually still want to be with your network.

AT&T may have an argument here, they make not and yet they surely could have come up with a response that at least had Sprint’s sense of humor. Right or wrong, AT&T should be focusing a lot more on their own problems than what the competition is doing. They’re going to need all the luck they can get.

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  • Stephan

    yea .. that’s along the realm of “takes one to know one”

    grow up At&t and listen to your customers

    • HowdyDoody

      ATT doesn’t have HSPA+ 21Mpbs..they have HSPA+ 3.5Mbps (they made the upgrade earlier this year.

      ATT has upgraded their routers for HSPA+ 3.5Mpbs last year. and they do have it. But NOT 21MPBS.

      By Feb 2011 T Mob will be at 42MPBS with HSPA+ ATT HAS NOT yet deployed any 21MPBS and is rolling out 7.7MPBS.

      Problem for ATT is they dont have the network to support it. T Mob does.

      So if you don’t believe me, please follow this link:

      http://www.product-reviews.net/2010/11/04/att-vs-t-mobile-att-fights-back-on-4g-hspa-claims/

      Please be sure to read the comments as well.

  • MrsD

    Love att as death star!

    • Farhan

      And the new TMobile babe can be Princess Leah. We’ll zap the AT&T Death Star with a MyTouch 4G star fighter. I’m lovin this.

      David can be Snoop da Luke Skywalker and I’ll be Handsome Han Solo.

      Sorry D, but she’s comin home with me. ;)

      May the 4g be with you.

      • RockTripod

        They were siblings, man. I hope to god she isn’t going home with her brother.

  • Bushido

    I knew this was going to happen sometime sooner or later. AT&T just completely pisses me off. Especially, the people with their little iPhone “oh my phone is better than yours and I got 3G” Lol. Then when I ask let’s do a speed test they tend to back down like cowards. AT&T step your game up because T-Mobile is going to be ahead of the game for a while.

    • God

      ATT’s HSPA upgrade is 14.4mbps.
      T-Mobile’s current HSPA+ is 21mbps.
      Next year TMO’s HSPA+ will be 42mbps.

      ATT is slower out of the gate.

  • Ryan

    Data never lies. TMobile is by far the fastest network out there. I don’t even have an HSPA+ phone here in Kansas City and my speed test results dominate my friends’ Sprint 4G speeds. And that’s even here at the Sprint headquarters.

  • joe who?

    att&t does have hspa+ but its only toped out at 14.4 mbs…so on that note you dont have what we have. so you cant call it what we call it!

    • 2FR35H

      14.4 really is just HSPA not HSPA+ plus who cares about AT&T they plan for LTE anyways… T-Mobile is going to take HSPA+ full throttle(Lets just hope throttle not in speeds like now)

      • J-Hop2o6

        14.4 is the START of HSPA+ .. and i thought AT&T maxed out at 7.2 HSPA+ .. and i hope u do know our HSPA+ phones are HW maxed out at 14.4 (eg. G2 and MT4G).

        • HowdyDoody

          ATT HSPA maxes out at 3.5Mpbs.

          Please use the Captivate and run Speedtest on it. You will get 1.8MPBS when you have a clean connection. Compare that to the Vibrants 5MPBS. 3 times faster, why…the NETWORK, cause both phones are exactly the same inside.

          T Mobile HSPA+ ROCKS, ATT’s network and service is the WORST of the WESTERN WORLD. I’ve never seen such poor quality even in Third World Countries!

      • 2FR35H

        @J-Hop2o6

        I do highly beg to differ for when I had gone to t-mobile’s kiosk in the mall today one of their employees happily showed me their speed test results for the MT4G you know what was one of those numbers? 20.8mbps and another was 14.4 which was highly impressive. So no these HSPA+ phones do not max out until 21.1mbps or maybe its just the MT4G that didn’t have a limit of 14.4.

      • Viper Matrix Wireless

        I beg to differ @JHOP.

        HSPA+ doesnt start till 21. But there are many confusing articles out there that can say otherwise.

      • Jeremy P.

        @2FR35H

        “*Based on 4G speeds currently available to mobile device users in the US. Device has theoretical capability of 14.4 Mbps.”

        right from http://mytouch.t-mobile.com

        Did you see the test taking place? or just results. 20mbps would makes sense under wifi. Not on HSPA+ when TMO themselves say there’s a theoretical cap of 14.4 on the phone.

    • Brodie

      “…so on that note you dont have what we have. so you cant call it what we call it!” You dang right lol!

  • jmts80

    Just remember the rebels eventually destroyed the death star =D

  • ZeroX

    I can’t wait till Magenta takes over. Hey AT&T Your lucky the iPhone is your saving grace. Once Verizon gets it Say goodbye to lots of your customers due to the horrible customer service you provide.

  • tortionist

    I have an interesting story on AT&T. I found out how bad their network really is. I went into one of their stores up here in northern Utah where T-mobile doesn’t have 3G. I downloaded something on their version of the vibrant using their 3G network and the same thing on my Mytouch Slide using WiFi. The Slide with Wifi blew their 3G away by nearly 10 seconds. They also have horrible customer service and biling. This coming from my own experience with them before I left them for Cricket, then finally came over to T-mobile, never looking back. They couldn’t get their billing staright to save their life. I will not ever go back to that crappy network, that’s one step above Sprint.

    • Androidless

      Wifi should destroy 3G every day of the week. Not really a fair comparison.

      • Tato22

        are u trying to compare wifi with 3g and 4g speeds lol ?

    • NS

      You do know that WiFi is supposed to be faster than 3G right? I hope you meant Edge.

    • Deke218

      WiFi was only 10 seconds faster than their 3G? Then their 3G must be blazing.

  • tipsofme

    Lame but exactly what I would expect from the MOST pompous POS provider in the USA.

  • http://forums.tmonews.com mrt1connect

    Damn att. You want a hug….

  • phone capo

    its really not serious

  • blah

    Yea that response by ATT was awful. I really hate them….. they could at least try to be funny, maybe hire the same writers as Sprint. Love the Death star bit

  • phonegeek

    So. ….much…..smack…..being. …talked. …soo. …beautiful

  • jbanks

    T-Mobile is ready to the other companies, we will see a T-Mobile like we have never seen before in the coming year. Watch for expanded rural coverage at a blistering rate come first quarter, and throughout the rest of the year. T-Mobile will cover 300million people by the end of next year!!! :)

  • jbanks

    bring* the fight to the other

  • nokiabrock

    All this speed is fine and dandy, but the truth is nearly 100% of the handsets and tablets out there cant process the data fast enough. So you’re waiting on your device to process then display the data. So unless you’re tethering on a very powerful desktop computer. All this speed is a waste. Sure you can download a DVD in a few minutes, but now you’ve reached your data cap for the month and they begin throttling you speed

    • ant

      t mobile doesn’t do that

    • JustMe

      @nokiabrock – not sure what handset you’re using, but my Vibrant can handle 15Mbps via wifi. Browser display is 75-90% of my laptop or desktop’s Chrome browser and that’s running Android 2.1 (Eclair).

    • DylonCorp

      He’s a nokia fan. Don’t expect him to understand fast processors. ;)

  • alex

    Again, another network that should worry about its 3g footprint and what its subscriber base will look like after the 1st qrt next year…

  • redman12

    I would cry too if I were ATT :P

  • Sean

    T-mobile seriously sucks for speed. We just got 3g and honestly its no faster than when we didn’t. I did speed tests and it proves my point. I have used 3g in orlando and it flies. So I know the difference. Can’t figure out why the 3g sucks out here but it does and it switches between the 2 90% of the time from me sitting in the same spot.

    Here is Idaho ATT has the fastest data rates.

    • DylonCorp

      Friend, I’m in Boise as well and I’ve got to tell you, we’ve had 3G since the beginning of 2010 and my Cliq (Cliq! hoopdee) blows my folks iphone3gs out of the water on browsing and speed tests. My advice is that you master reset and if you’re still seeing the same speeds, warranty exchange.

    • j

      you are probably at the edge of 3G coverage or may be tower issue

      • HowdyDoody

        He probably is stuck with EDGE some how.

  • http://soapboxuniverse.blogspot.com/?spref=gb Mr Cker

    Shout out to the CSR Rep Katrina (I think that was her name) who helped me. Not only did she catch the fraud on my account since may. (Yes I wasn’t paying attention) She flagged it and gave me a refund. I ain’t going no where. Just can’t keep up with all the decicious goodness Magenta is dropping. TMO is Big Pimpin’ with the real hotness!

    Stay thirsty my friends!

  • Chatter

    Just heard that Chuck Norris will be featured in upcoming ads. AT&T don’t wanna mess with da Chuckster.

    AT&T: TMobile does not have 4G
    Chuck: Wanna see my fist up close G?

    Done.

    • thisguy

      are you serious>?? my co-workers and I were joking around about getting chuck norris to do them….that would be epic

  • blah

    Just got the tmo update for the Mytoych 4G?? Anyone know what it does yet?

    • sandytoes

      It improves video chat, call quality, addresses minor bugs and improves battery life. Hope that helps!

  • John

    “T-Mobile has the fastest mobile network in the US right now, hands down.” I love that quote.

  • ItsMichaelNotMike

    The hilarious aspect to all this is that because “4G” is not a legally defined technological standard (at least in the U.S. it’s not), so AT&T’s whining is of no consequence.

    And legally speaking AT&T (or a supposed aggrieved consumer) could not sue T-Mobile (for example, false advertising) because there’s nothing to sue about or over. (IMHO legal remedies are the only determinate that someone has done wrong. If you can’t sue, then it’s not an issue.)

    AT&T’s 4G dust up is what the law would call a “so what.” T-Mobile is using the term “4G” because so is everyone else. Since 4G is not legally defined, has no meaning to the consumer, and no one owns the term, any carrier can use it to advertise handsets or services.

    And T-Mobile is being honest with consumers. Tech wise, T-Mobile’s 4G is faster than its 3G service, so T-Mobile’s 4G marketing campaign is not false advertising and consumers are not being misled. (Heck, even my “non-4G” Vibrant is enjoying a faster signal than before HSPA+ arrived in my town, San Francisco).

    I do hope that AT&T whines in public about all this. That will only serve to amplify T-Mobile’s new 4G service. And if T-Mobile is lucky, the media might cover the story for free on the nightly news.

    • Blah

      Unfortunately you are wrong, 4G is a standard just like bluetooth or wifi and is defined by a Certifing body (ITU) so tmobile is in effect claiming to have a certification it does not possess which IS illegal here in the US… Sprint can easily overcome the issue as the began their marketing campaign before the official ratification of the standard, their network technology is BASED on the 4G standard and have made as much effort as ptofitable to comply with the standard. Unfortunately HSPA+ does none of these things and doesnt have a case. The idea that 4G IS NOT a legal standard is a lie started on some random “tech” blog whos author didnt have a clue what they were talking about. You cant believe everything you read on the internet. I suggest next tome if you really want to know what 4G is you research the actual term first.

      - Sent from my myTouch 4G

      • ItsMichaelNotMike

        Well since you like to insult people in here, permit me to say in regards to “4G” I note you don’t support anything you say with evidence. You simply comment with condescension and insult. Bonus Tip: If you are going to act all high and mighty and deride, you should make sure you are right. And even if you were right about 4G (you are not) your tone and insults still make you a di#k.

        To echo your insult to another in here, if you could learn to read you would understand what I am talking about is 4G NOT being a legally enforceable standard (e.g., cease and desist letter from the FTC or a false advertising lawsuit by a consumer).

        If 4G is a legally enforceable standard why don’t you tell us what is the legal definition of it. And I don’t mean unenforceable standards according to ITU, I mean according to the U.S. government and consumer expectations.

        Sidenote: ITU’s published standards or certifications are only recommendations. Before again spouting off about the ITU you might want to read what the ITU says on its site:

        “The main products of ITU are normative Recommendations. Recommendations are standards that define how telecommunication networks operate and interwork. ITU Recommendations are non-binding…”

        ITU aside, additional evidence that your bonehead, superficial analysis is erroneous:

        1) It’s safe to assume T-Mobile’s legions of lawyers did not commit malpractice in advising its client that it could march forward with its 4G advertising campaign;

        2) YOU can’t point to any 4G lawsuits, by the government or consumers, against any carrier for claims made about 4G service. (IMHO govt. enforcement actions and consumer lawsuits are the final word on what carriers can and cannot do with the term “4G” and the lack of such renders moot any highfalutin drivel by pantywaist mental slobs prone to fibbing or feigning intelligence on the Internet.)

        Bottom line: “4G” in the U.S. currently is a generic term meaning the connection is faster than 3G. But no one can say how fast the connection must be to advertise it’s “4G.”

        Consider a consumer’s purchase of a 4G handset and service. How much better or faster than 3G would T-Mobile’s 4G claims have to be in order for the consumer to pursue (and win) a lawsuit against T-Mobile for false advertising?

        Even with you as the Plaintiff’s expert, the lawsuit would be dismissed instantly, as if my magic. And you would suffer a perjury charge for testifying falsely about the Internet :)

        • mbojib

          Blah got pawned…

      • ItsMichaelNotMike

        Well since you like to insult people in here, permit me to say in regards to “4G” I note you don’t support anything you say with evidence. You simply comment with condescension and insult. Bonus Tip: If you are going to act all high and mighty and deride, you should make sure you are right.

        To echo your insult to another in here, if you could learn to read you would understand what I am talking about is 4G NOT being a legally enforceable standard (e.g., cease and desist letter from the FTC or a false advertising lawsuit by a consumer).

        If 4G is a legally enforceable standard why don’t you tell us what is the legal definition of it. And I don’t mean unenforceable standards according to ITU, I mean according to the U.S. government and consumer expectations.

        Sidenote: ITU’s published standards or certifications are only recommendations. Before again spouting off about the ITU you might want to read what the ITU says on its site:

        “The main products of ITU are normative Recommendations. Recommendations are standards that define how telecommunication networks operate and interwork. ITU Recommendations are non-binding…”

        ITU aside, additional evidence that your unfounded superficial analysis is erroneous:

        1) It’s safe to assume T-Mobile’s legions of lawyers did not commit malpractice in advising its client that it could march forward with its 4G advertising campaign;

        2) YOU can’t point to any 4G lawsuits, by the government or consumers, against any carrier for claims made about 4G service. (IMHO govt. enforcement actions and consumer lawsuits are the final word on what carriers can and cannot do with the term “4G” and the lack of such renders moot your highfalutin drivel.)

        Bottom line: “4G” in the U.S. currently is a generic term meaning the connection is faster than 3G. But no one can say how fast the connection must be to advertise it’s “4G.”

        Consider a consumer’s purchase of a 4G handset and service. How much better or faster than 3G would T-Mobile’s 4G claims have to be in order for the consumer to pursue (and win) a lawsuit against T-Mobile for false advertising?

        Even with you as the Plaintiff’s expert, the lawsuit would be dismissed instantly, as if my magic.

  • ItsMichaelNotMike

    Just in: I heard on the local news that T-Mobile has responded to AT&T’s accusations (apparently in fear of a lawsuit). Here’s a pic of T-Mobile’s response. The change came from the top, DT in Germany, or so I’m told.

    I didn’t think T-Mobile could take on AT&T over the use of 4G.

    http://www.rantuniverse.com/T-Mobile4GSanFrancisco.jpg

  • Anh

    Anyone in philly..south philly around 8th and washington st. Just got mytouch 4G outsid i get 2-4mbps went inside my house i get edge lol..wtf

    • ItsMichaelNotMike

      In my house, at my desk, there’s a 4″ square area where I get 3G. If I move my Vibrant outside that 4″ area I get EDGE (unless I sit on the living room sofa that’s next to a 10′ x 8′ picture window)

  • mtnman

    That’s not the “Death Star” in the photo above that’s Unicron. Hey ItsMichaelNot Mike, how long did it take you to find that “Sweet” spot?

  • mtnman

    Funny isn’t it, now that T-Mobile is not getting a spine and playing hard ball with the big boys, they now all of a sudden feel threatened and want little old T-mo to go back in the corner and sit down and shut up. Be the good little 4th place carrier like you’ve always been and leave the cell phone business to people who know.

    Well T-Mobile is telling them to go “Sit down and shut up”. T-Mobile, the carrier that the “Big 3″ used to laugh at and make fun of, is suddenly now starting to competed and they don’t like it.

    How dare T-Mobile and their punny little company take on the likes of AT&T, Verizon and Sprint! See how quickly they all came out mocking them and trying to destroy are beloved Magenta? Granted some of it is earned, and as far as us loyal customers that have stuck with Tmo over the long years, it’s our turn to say “Take that, in you face” No longer can they ignore us and say “T-Who”?

  • mingkee

    AT&T is the most stingy on data, period.
    If you’re able to get 6Mbps just because most of users are hard-capped.

  • TmoMike
  • GABRIEL

    CHICAGO — 4G World — Everyone knows that AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) is planning to move to Long Term Evolution (LTE) next year, but is the operator also planning a further upgrade of its 3G network in 2011?

    In his keynote here on Tuesday, David Haight, VP of business development at AT&T’s Emerging Devices Organization, said that if users roam off LTE, they would go to faster 3G in 2011. “The good news is that you’re going to fall back to HSPA+, so you’re falling back to 21 megabits, not 7.2 or 3.6,” Haight told the crowd. (See 4G World: AT&T Learns Lessons From iPad.)

    So far, AT&T has only said that it will deploy the earlier 14.4Mbit/s upgrade by the end of this year, revealing nothing about a 21Mbit/s upgrade in 2011. So we asked AT&T what the official word on this was.

    “HSPA+ technology has a theoretical maximum speed of 21Mbps,” a spokeswoman said, in an email reply to questions. “WE HAVE NOT BEGUN DEPLOYING THE TECHNOLOGY AT THIS TIME” she said that only this October, then now magically they have 21 hspa+ (See AT&T Plots Widescale HSPA+ Rollout .)

    Nonetheless, if AT&T is interested in keeping up with GSM rival T-Mobile then HSPA+ is a logical progression. T-Mobile is currently rolling out a 21Mbit/s upgrade for 100 cities by year’s end; it currently has the speed boost running in 65 cities in the US.

    The average download speeds offered on 21Mbit/s HSPA+ are in the 5 to 8 Mbit/s range. (See T-Mobile’s HSPA+ Rivals Clearwire, US LTE Speeds.)

    I called a friend who is engineer in AT&T mobility unit & he said to me that THEY STILL USE THE 7.2 & 14.4 HSPA NOT YET THE 21 HSPA+.

    BEST LIAR OF ALL TIME – AT&T…

    • Tweaker

      Have you ever worked for big businesses? If so you should know that the company will tell it’s workers oe thing then completely change their mind about it the next day without informing them untill too many pissed off customers are reaching the corporate offices. You should learn to not rely on information from a friend (with apparently a generic job tittle) who isn’t giving you solid proof.

  • master wang

    i think at&t can only attack the word 4g….since we’re so much faster and we can actually make calls, let’s call it 5G and call it a day

  • Sandwichman

    I like T-mobile if you are in an area that it can be used. Most of the country can’t use them as a carrier, and they lie to you about being a 4G network along with Sprint and Verizon. The problem is this fanboy mentality people have for a carrier. T-mobile absolutely sucks in the area I currently live in and AT&T is great. I’ve been in other areas where Verizon is great and AT&T sucks. Here’s the thing. T-Mobile relies on AT&T’s network to make a lot of their calls for customers because they are just not in enough areas across the country. The 2 carriers are in a roaming dispute right now. T-Mobile really needs AT&T and vice versa whether we or they carriers like it or not.

  • Bostonsown

    You remind of a BMW commercial I heard on the radio the other day. Being a BMW owner myself, I find this article somewhat similar. Why are Audi’s comparing theirselves to BMW’s? (Audi being TMobile here and BMW being AT&T) BMW’s are he ultimate driving machine. I left TMobile for AT&T back when the first iPhone came out. Living in Boston, there’s plenty of network usage and I have to say I can’t remember when I dropped a last. I can tell you there hasn’t been a single call dropped this year that I’ve made. Like you said though, you’re biased towards TMobile. Keep pressing on with your Audi…BMW’s still the ultimate driving machine.

  • Bostonsown

    You remind of a BMW commercial I heard on the radio the other day. Being a BMW owner myself, I find this article somewhat similar. Why are Audi’s comparing theirselves to BMW’s? (Audi being TMobile here and BMW being AT&T) BMW’s are he ultimate driving machine. I left TMobile for AT&T back when the first iPhone came out. Living in Boston, there’s plenty of network usage and I have to say I can’t remember when I dropped a last. I can tell you there hasn’t been a single call dropped this year that I’ve made. Like you said though, you’re biased towards TMobile. Keep pressing on with your Audi…BMW’s still the ultimate driving machine.

  • Ahstrojan77

    Wow dude you’re dumb t-mobile is still crap and everyone can make a call on the iPhone it doesn’t drop calls and is tons better than any phone that t-mobile, verizon, or sprint has come out with and is way faster I’ve put my iPhone 4 to the test against the droid and the Evo it’s still faster than both and at least AT&T doesn’t have to talk crap about you other companies both verizon and t-mobile have both tried to attack AT&T and have failed miserably all AT&T has done is disproved all the crap that they talk but the fact is AT&T is still the best and will still be the only one with the iPhone and will be the one with the beat 4g when it comes out early next year and you’re talking all this crap about the iPhone but answer me this if it’s so bad why do all of the other companies want it so bad? Because it’s awesome that’s why my point is do you’re research more thoroughly before you make a bias statement and before you say it I will answer you, no my statement is not bias because I did research and found AT&T to be the best and that’s why I use it

  • Diamonddragun

    Well first off yes, I do use the iPhone 4, but I am an advocate of technology. With that said, Apple and the smart phone era has evolved beyond the point of ANY current network. Sprint is the only carrier close to true 4g dl speeds (3-6 Avg mbps) thanks to clearwire. T-mobile is lucky to reach 2 Mbps. That aside, att has the largest smart phone user base, far beyond what apple or att could’ve guessed. So do you focus on upgrading the existing 3G network or focus on a new network to TRY and keep up with smart phone tech? I think they’ve done the best they could with 3G and are working hard to release a good LTE(4G) platform. In the end it is us users who have killed or bogged down the network. Ever have more than 4 laptops running off the same household wifi network? Same concept! Especially if you are still using an older 54 Mbps routEr. Please understand things before rambling!

  • Tjdj916

    ok here is the deal..you dont have to be very smart to figure out that t-mobile is only saying that they have 4g to get much needed business…infact noone actually has 4g not even verizon…lte-advanced is truely 4g so everyone needs to just chill out and let it happen…at least at&t doesnt feel as if the have to lie to get new customers…also recent drive tests have confirmed that at&t has the fastest broadband network-period!

    • Curiousnob

      true att has the fastest 3G network with the least coverage of 3G. People need to research things b4 they post things on boards like these. The Fastest and most advanced technology right now is LTE (Long Term Evolution) it is what Verizon is using and the first and only company at the moment who has it up and running. LTE has a burst rate of over 64 MB a second with regular speeds in between 5 to 12 mb a sec. The latency is 30 ms (Milleseconds) guys that is huge. next would be 3G tech called HSPA+ it is ATT GSM tech that it is utilized under. Which T-mobile leases from so yes T-Mobile Smmmobile. and 3rd tech is another 4G service called WiMax owned by Clearwater. 3 to 5 MB download speeds with a burst of about 40 mb latency 100 ms. If everyone would take the initiative to read and understand how this is all laid out. These boards would never come into play and everyone would just switch to the one they know is the best. And that Is Verizon Wireless The Largest Most Advanced and reliable Wireless provider in the US. If anyone says anything about Boost, Straight Talk, Cricket. Just ignore them.. YA YA WHATEVER 50 dollars everything… All I have to say is you get what you pay for..

  • Tjdj916

    ok here is the deal..you dont have to be very smart to figure out that t-mobile is only saying that they have 4g to get much needed business…infact noone actually has 4g not even verizon…lte-advanced is truely 4g so everyone needs to just chill out and let it happen…at least at&t doesnt feel as if the have to lie to get new customers…also recent drive tests have confirmed that at&t has the fastest broadband network-period!

  • nofnway

    LOL, says the unofficial TMO blog. TMO is a joke.