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T-Mobile Agrees to Show Customers Real Speed Test Data

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Nov 24, 2014, 3:45 PM

Affects Fastest LTE Network Ads

Since they are going to accurately give the information of each customer - this may bring down their Fastest Network advertising.

We dont really measure speed of networks by their backhaul and by what the network is capable of - if this was the case, then Sprint would win (as it is technically capable of by far faster speeds) - but if you were to be very specific of what speeds customers are actually getting, not just how fast the network is where they are, but what speeds we are physically seeing and getting to our devices is what matters in my opinion.

As a high speed customer, I expect and see relatively high speeds usually, but not always. As a former Sprint customer, they could claim their network was pulling 25Mbps all they want...
It doesn't effect ads at all. In the fine print it always says stuff about best conditions.

What this is gonna do is not hide what data speeds are when throttled.
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