It seems many have missed the fact that the ITU has redefined the term "4G" to include LTE, WiMax, and HSPA+. Around the 18th of December, this change happened. The ITU is the original group that defined 4G as 100mbps. This has now been changed. Here is an article about it: http://www.intomobile.com/2010/12/18/itu-reverses-its-decision-lte-wimax-and-hspa-are-now-4g/ Also, some of you may missed T-Mobiles keynote today in which they demonstrated their 42mbps HSPA+ tech on stage. It pulled a 30mbps real world download. For reference, most cable modem speeds are around 10mbps, and Verizon LTE is between 5-12mbps. So T-Mobile's 42mbps HSPA+ is already 3x faster than LTE. Heres to hoping for an HSPA+ iphone soon, and to not caring about LTE.