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AT&T’s Fake ‘5G E’ Network Slower Than Verizon, T-Mobile LTE

ExtremeTech Friday, 22 March 2019
AT&T’s Fake ‘5G E’ Network Slower Than Verizon, T-Mobile LTEAT&T has been betting on its misleading "5G E" network branding to give it an edge over Verizon and T-Mobile. The only problem is, its fake 5G network is slower than both.

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