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T-Mobile Files Cease and Desist Against Verizon Over Ads

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Top message:  Good for T-mo by Att_user04   Mar 13, 2014, 8:09 PM

Replying to:  Re: Good for T-mo by Tofuchong   Mar 14, 2014, 12:48 PM

Re: Good for T-mo

by DarkStar    Mar 15, 2014, 11:38 AM

Its not like T-mobile doesn't lie in their commercials. They say they have the highest speed of all the networks. But they never explain what that means. Does it mean average speed. Or they tested a couple phones in a couple places and in those places they were faster. Did they take in to account all the places they do not have 4G speeds? Do they count the speeds in places they have only Edge speeds?

The disclaimer on the bottom of Verizon's ad does say its from maps between January and June of 2013. It is what was publicly available at that time. And from what I can tell it is what is publically available now. T-mobile refuses to show a national map of their entire 4G coverage. Probably because sales people will use that to show how much better coverage 2 cans and a string have compared to T-mobile.

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