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Re: meanwhile at att
Stop belaboring a 2 year old issue, the ITU redefined 4G to include WiMax, HSPA+ and LTE and in real world use, HSPA+ can provide speeds that are close to LTE, just look at T-mobile data speeds, and it consistently outperforms WiMax, which was the first 4G
Technically speaking none of those meet the original definition of 4G, which only LTE-advanced meets.
That's all good and dandy if you, say, roll out HSPA+42, not HSPA+14.4 like AT&T uses...