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Originally Posted by E_man View Post
I know. I live in a "4G" area. The atrix and inspire don't act like it. Like I said, no review, commenter, not my personal experience have claimed att 4g to be a real thing. And yes, I I'm smart enough to know the difference between a phone with the 4g label and one without.

I'd love to see 4g for once on att.
Yea, I love how AT&T and T-Mobile call 3G-2.0 as "4G". Side by side my friend and I compared his Atrix 4G to my Thunderbot's 4G. He got 2-3Mbps, I was getting close to 20Mbps since it was a slow area. I used my hotspot for him and he pulled 15Mbps through my phone!

That kind of speed doesn't really get used, unless installing a large game/update. But it is nice updating 12 apps in 3 minutes
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