November 3, 2010 | by Andrew Kameka
What is 4G and why should you care? Earlier today, we posted an article on T-Mobile’s decision to refer to HSPA+ as a 4G network in order to be more competitive against other carriers. Based on what we’ve seen on Twitter, not everyone is pleased with T-Mobile’s decision.
Some detractors say T-Mobile is “lying” to its customers by suddenly calling it’s once-3.5G network a 4G network. However, I will remind you that technically speaking, none of the U.S. carriers offer “real” 4G speeds. Truth and marketing have a tricky relationship, so we want to hear what users have to say on the issue.
Are you okay with T-Mobile calling HSPA+ a 4G network?
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