I still find all this odd, seems TMobile is advancing more and more, why sell? WHY MAN WHY! :( lol
yeah it doesn't mak sence unless they have to because of the att deal
mabe they will get more moolay for the co
Who knows the AtT-Mobile deal makes no sense to me either. I was also considering Sprint or T-Mobile until this whole thing came. Now I am seriously doubting I will go with T-Mobile even though there new G2 is pretty sweet thats about to drop. I guess it will be the EVO 3D on Sprint.
i wonder what AT&T is going to do about pricing? Im willing to bet it wont be very competitive anymore... : /
At&t is going to do what they are doing more and more screwing their customers as much as they can.
I'll be interested to see if T-Mobile's 4G is differentiated from AT&T's 4G after the merger since the two companies use different standards. According to some people's opinion, T-Mobile's 4G is really 3G and a half though I've been told some official agency did give T-Mobile's standard (HSPA+) official 4G status.
HHGrrl, by the original 4G standard, nothing out qualified to be 4G (1gb/s stationary, 100mb/s mobile). LTE and WiMAX could excede the mobile requirement at peak, but fell far short of the stationary. On mobile devices, they could be considered 4G.
However, LTE-A and WiMAX2 (WiMAX2 just came out) will hit the mobile and stationary numbers at peak and fully qualify as 4G under the old standard.
Also, HSPA+ is just HSDPA refined and tweaked. It is also a recognized part of the GSM 3G series.
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"by the original 4G standard, nothing out qualified to be 4G" That's true, and a fair point to make.
I realize that HSPA+ is just HSDPA/HSUPA refined and tweaked. Since it is also recognized as part of the 3G series, it doesn't appear to me to be on the same playing field as LTE or WiMAX, but I could be wrong.
Regardless, I'm glad to see carriers are beefing up the speeds for users.
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