HTC Inspire 4G Hits AT&T Stores Feb. 13 for $99.99
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100% of their current 3g network
Last communication was 75% of the network. There's gotta be 3 - 5 times more than during the "there's a map for that" days. I'm just ey...
i dont care it' really 4G or not!