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Why are 30 million Americans still using 3G networks, and why does it matter?

Approximately 20% of Americans exclusively use 3G. But why is that, and why does it matter?
Phillip PradoDecember 19, 2019233 shares

These smartphones offer the fastest download speeds in the US

OnePlus, LG, and Samsung were among the leaders when it came to OpenSignal's download speed tests.
Hadlee SimonsSeptember 10, 2019240 shares

LTE not working? Here’s what you can do

Is your LTE connection not up to speed or not working all together? Here is what you can do to fix it.
Suzana DalulJuly 14, 2019281 shares

Thanks, AT&T: Your 5G E icon is now part of Android

Don't be surprised if your Android device on AT&T suddenly features the 5G E icon.
Williams PelegrinApril 25, 2019253 shares

AT&T, Sprint settle 5G E lawsuit, but AT&T will reportedly still use 5G E

AT&T will reportedly be allowed to keep using the 5G E term to refer to its 4G LTE networks.
Hadlee SimonsApril 23, 201957 shares

OpenSignal data suggests AT&T ‘5G E’ speed claims are irrelevant, as expected

Your 5G E phone is just as fast on AT&T as it is on other networks.
C. Scott BrownMarch 22, 201975 shares

State of 4G in India: still leaves a lot to be desired

The surge in data consumption is a key factor in the overall social and economic growth of the country.
Abhishek BaxiMarch 19, 2019264 shares

Study: US behind Myanmar, Jordan, and 44 others in 4G download speeds

Research company Open Signal concluded that 4G was under heavy strain, but could be improved with the 5G rollout.
Scott Adam GordonFebruary 21, 2019917 shares

5G E isn’t on AT&T’s 5G fact sheet, bringing the term ‘marketing stunt’ to mind

If AT&T believes 5G E to be a legitimate network, why wouldn't it at least be included in its 5G fact sheet?
Justin DuinoFebruary 20, 2019578 shares

Why I hope AT&T loses the 5G E lawsuit

Sprint has taken AT&T to court for false advertising regarding its 5G E terminology. Here's why I'm firmly in Sprint's corner.
Robert TriggsFebruary 11, 2019404 shares
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