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Or rather, LTE does not (yet ?) match 4G standards (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IMT_Advanced) - the use of the term «4G» to describe the slower LTE is an advertising ploy. But hopefully we'll get there eventually with so-called «LTE Advanced» technique.... Henri
[quote user="News"] Cult of Mac brings up a valid point, but there is some question as to whether or not the iPhone 4 would work on T-Mobile's network. T-Mobile's 3G network operates on the 1700/2100MHz bands, and while Apple did add the 2100MHz band to the iPhone 4's spec sheet...
I don't think AT&T will care the least bit, unless the Verizon rumors become true; people will just keep buying the iPhone in drones and they will keep using AT&T's service whether they like it or not. While I disagree with Verizon being a suitable provider, I would like it if they offered...