AT&T considers HSPA+ (which the iPhone 4S partially supports) to be "4G".
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Shame.. AT&T is lame for this one
Considering that not even the current implementation of LTE is truly meeting the ITU standard for "4G," then all carriers claiming to have it are pretty lame.Shame.. AT&T is lame for this one
Actually no, they don't.The international standards body ITU...consider HSPA+ to be 4G.
enhanced peak data rates to support advanced services and applications (100 Mbit/s for high and 1 Gbit/s for low mobility were established as targets for research)
Nothing in your link stated 4G. All it talked about was IMT-Advanced.Considering that not even the current implementation of LTE is truly meeting the ITU standard for "4G," then all carriers claiming to have it are pretty lame.
Actually no, they don't.
In terms of speed.how do you consider the 4s to be partially supported?
I don't see the 4s as 4G. I see the iphone 3GS promoted on the site.
Where have you been?