T-Mobile says AT&T, Verizon iPhones be slow
T-Mobile is burning a lot of ad dollars lately telling us our AT&T and Verizon iPhones -- running on HPSA 7.2 and EVDO Rev A respectively -- are slower than the Android phones they have running on their HSPA+ network.
Okay. T-Mobile didn't get an iPhone yet but they have seen the "I'm a Mac" commercials. Got it. Any other take away?
[T-Mobile via Engadget]
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