AT&T wireless CEO on fake 5G complaints: ‘that makes me smile’

First it was T-Mobile’s turn, then it was Verizon’s, and now it’s Sprint’s chance to make fun of AT&T’s decision to mislead its customers and apply a “5G E” label to phones that aren’t actually connected to a 5G network. “AT&T is blatantly misleading consumers,” Sprint CTO John Saw said in a statement sent to Engadget. “5GE is not real 5G.” Sprint said it would market “real 5G that is standards-based” in the coming months. “5GE is not real 5G.” Sprint’s is now the third major carrier on record that has shared criticism for AT&T’s dubious marketing strategy. While it’s no guarantee, it’s a good sign that other carriers won’t try the same misleading antics in the coming months by rebranding their own networks. After all, AT&T isn’t doing... Continue reading…

AT&T is 'proud' of 5Ge phone claim critics say is misleading - CNET

Rivals claim AT&T is misleading customers by calling its network 5Ge. AT&T Communications CEO John Donovan said he's "breaking the industry's narrative."

Wed 9 Jan 19 from CNET

Verizon and T-Mobile bash AT&T over 'fake 5G' - CNET

Will the real 5G service please stand up?

Wed 9 Jan 19 from CNET Cutting Edge

AT&T is lying to customers with 5G marketing

After a recent update some AT&T phones now have a 5G E icon. This icon replaces the one indicated the phone is running on a 4G network. But here’s the thing: The phone is still on ...

Mon 7 Jan 19 from TechCrunch

AT&T decides 4G is now “5G,” starts issues icon-changing software updates

AT&T starts swapping out "4G" status bar icons with "5GE."

Mon 7 Jan 19 from Arstechnica

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