AT&T fake 5G is actually slower than T-Mobile and Verizon advanced 4G

Rachel Kraus
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Well this is extremely satisfying.

A new report from OpenSignal has found that AT&T's "5G Evolution" ("5G E") actually delivers slower service than Verizon's and T-Mobile's advanced LTE network. The report, released Friday, provides some hard data to illustrate what we already knew: that 5G E is a marketing ploy that has little to do with the promised high speeds of true 5G.

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OpenSignal is an independent mobile analytics company that uses crowdsourced data to establish industry-accepted statistics about cellular data and WiFi speeds. In an interview with Ars Technica, an OpenSignal representative said that it used the data generated from over 1 million devices between January 28 and February 26 of this year in order to assess 5G E and determine whether "one service delivers a better or worse experience than another." Read more...

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