T-Mobile teases "9G" because it's as true as AT&T's "5G E"

08 January 2019
The magenta carrier took to Twitter to troll its competitor's latest baffling move.

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  • Anonymous
  • TmA
  • 09 Jan 2019

E as Edge?

    Marketing mumbo-jumbo.

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      • Anonymous
      • thw
      • 09 Jan 2019

      Anonymous, 09 Jan 2019Telling people you have 5G but it's actually LTE? Is this e... moreDon't worry, they are expert in these kind of things. A good ol' FINE PRINT can fix 'em all :D

        9 y/o kid, 09 Jan 2019Who cares about 5G / 9G / whatever. Give me 69G with unlimi... more(-_-)
        2056 bit is not enough in 69G. go for 131072bit encryption. (And there's a reason why I chose this number specifically. it's 2^17 bit encryption)

          Anonymous, 09 Jan 2019Telling people you have 5G but it's actually LTE? Is this e... moreNot sure but what I am sure of is that many people are going to fall for it. My friend has the s9+ under at&t and received the firmware update a couple of days ago. It said 5gE and he really thought that he received the latest and greatest. The fact that the average consumer is getting fooled like this

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            • Anonymous
            • wrw
            • 09 Jan 2019

            Telling people you have 5G but it's actually LTE? Is this even legal?

              AnonD-558092, 09 Jan 2019This burn was entirely deserved. LTE-A ain't no 5G.Agreed~

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                • Anonymous
                • Jwu
                • 09 Jan 2019

                9 y/o kid, 09 Jan 2019Who cares about 5G / 9G / whatever. Give me 69G with unlimi... more+1

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                  • AnonD-558092
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                  • 09 Jan 2019

                  This burn was entirely deserved. LTE-A ain't no 5G.

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                    • 9 y/o kid
                    • Kx1
                    • 09 Jan 2019

                    Who cares about 5G / 9G / whatever. Give me 69G with unlimited premium access to crimsontube and somethinghub, etc. with built-in 100% anonymous, randomly generated ssh mesh multi node network, in 2056 bit encryption