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We finally have LTE and it's lightening fast here. Our HSPA signal is amazing here too so for me to say the difference is really noticeable is something. Most thought it wouldn't be too much faster than HSPA,
By the end of 2014? Yeah, right ...
The lies in AT&T's TV ads claiming they have the nation's largest LTE network make me want to throw something at the TV every time they air them. This company's history of lying in their ads goes back well over a decade when I got suckered in to their Digital One Rate back in '97. Verizon has literally buried them ever since IN EVERY WAY except for AT&T's getting the iPhone first.
Does one need to wonder why AT&T is the lowest rated wireless carrier of the nation's top 4 in Consumer Reports? And that's in ALL areas .... Coverage, call quality, drop calls, customer service, etc.
If you're going to accuse someone of lying, you need to at least not lie about what they...
Anybody here with similar experiences?