I live in a small-ish town in Indiana. 4g LTE is not available, and probably won't be in the foreseeable future. However, HSPA+ speeds here are actually pretty solid. My brother gets anywhere between 5-8 mbps down on his Samsung Galaxy s2 on an average day. My question is: Assuming that IOS 6 has a toggle switch for "enable 4g", if I toggle that off to prevent my battery from melting due to aimlessly searching for LTE all day, will that prevent me from being able to access HSPA+ data? Or, will HSPA+ finally be recognized as 3G while "enable 4g" is reserved strictly for LTE?