Sprint is suing AT&T for false labeling 5G E that really is the 4G LTE-A connection.

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On Thursday the 7th Sprint has filed a lawsuit against AT&T for deceiving customers with labeling 4G LTE-A as 5G E (Evolution). As the four major cellular carriers have been rushing to claim the first 5G network in the North American region. Stephenson from AT&T explained “I fully understand why our competitors might be upset with this, It’s not a play everybody can run. It’s a play that we really like, and it’s a play that’s going to differentiate us in the marketplace as we begin to roll this out over the course of this year.”

Some of the New AT&T phones are even showing 5G E instead of the 4G LTE. This will offer 400 megabits per second. Even thow this is not true 5G speeds, this will be a good foundation for the 5G network from AT&T. These connections are not true 5G plus as the customers are not even able to purchase 5G plus phones yet.


AT&T Reveals 5G road map

AT&T plans to roll-out a nationwide, fifth-generation wireless network for businesses in 2020, the company said on Monday, intensifying the battle between top cellular providers to be the first to unveil the high-speed offering outside of select U.S. cities.

The Dallas-based firm said its new 5G network, currently available in 12 cities including Atlanta, Dallas, Louisville & New Orleans, will lead to increased earnings and reduced costs for U.S. companies. “The 5G services we’re rolling out and combining with our advanced network capabilities will help businesses fundamentally change for the better,” Mo Katibeh, chief marketing officer at AT&T Business, said in a statement.

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