"Faux G" or not, it's MUCH better than anything Verizon will bring here - or MANY other markets AT&T serves - anytime in the length of a contract signed today. The only thing it needs is more capacity. My 1am speeds are PERFECT, as good as I could possibly need on a mobile device. My 1pm speeds vary a LOT depending on where I am - some places are great but some are terrible
http://www.isu.edu (Idaho State University)
Wireless networks....will vary lol. **** i've seen wifi get easily beat down and we are talking 20mhz of OFDM (G).
iPhone 4 on AT&T:
I'm looking forward to the stretch on the PA Turnpike around Breezewood, the stretch of I75 in ohio that includes Lima and Findlay, the stretch along I69 that runs from Auburn IN up to I94 in MI, and all the other stuff coming to indiana (which is a lot really) though i'll never use it.
Disappointed in not seeing future stuff for I71 in Ohio from US30 to Akron, and Lake Wawasee area Indiana. The rest of US30 in Ohio East of I75.....there really is nothing out there lol.
Fiber backhaul for Verizon in Southern Illinois in 2013 - about time.
I'd consider the '4G' coverage as proper 3G (UMTS/HSPA/HSPA+) while 3G coverage should be considered '3G service' (signal) - no guarantee on speed/capacity to really support it.
AT&T... your world, throttled.
I'd say 4G is a term no one should use period.
Maps now showing 6/16
HSPA+ areas (backhaul) now showing in Denver area + Grand Junction, CO, SL,UT area,