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AT&T false advertising claiming iPhone 4S is a

realized (2472730) writes | more than 2 years ago

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realized (2472730) writes "Over the past few months a bunch of my friends with an iPhone 4 and now 4s seemed to be misinformed that they in fact had a 4G phone. After explaining it to them I started to think – man, apple’s marketing team needs a promotion (or to be fired for misleading). A couple of weeks ago I noticed however that AT&T on their own website is advertising the IPhone 4S as a 4G phone – and as of today its still the same. Not only is the iPhone 4S advertised as a 4G phone (with the 4G logo on the picture in search results) but if you search for all AT&T 4G phones on their website, it’s the first one that comes up!"
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