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Tmobile is getting reprimanded for its advertising claims against AT&T that Tmobile offers 50% more bandwidth for HSPA but Tmobile doesn't account for ATT's LTE network.  Also Tmobile is trying to claim that ATT's LTE network will slow down because of the congestion in the network.

 

Finally some group stepping in and trying to calm down Tmobile's marketing department from being so brash and spewing a bunch of stuff against other carriers.

 

http://www.engadget.com/2013/09/17/t-mobile-reprimanded-for-advertising-claims/

 

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I read comments.  Then, when ignorant people inevitably write ignorant comments, I get knowledgable, logical, and medieval on their asses.

 

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You're a brave man, but Engadget's comment section is probably beyond anything you could do for it.

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You're a brave man, but Engadget's comment section is probably beyond anything you could do for it.

Bingo, the solution I could see for that site's comments involves a can of gas and a match.

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