No?The iPhone 7 is different, the 6s and 6s plus were the last ones to have ALL the bands. The 7 was designed more specifically for their respective networks.
Not really. The article states Verizon/AT&T reintroduced "unlimited" data plans to compete with T-Mobile. When you look at the chart, though, you'd expect to see T-Mobile's speed dropping alongside theirs... instead, T-Mobile started near the top and has gotten faster.Read the article. Makes sense.
Thanks for the correction, I had it backwards, the t-mobile & att phones aren't guaranteed to work on cdma.
T-Mobile is the shittttttttttttttttttttt! Love them. Had Verizon for the longest time, fck that company and all the bigs running it. Overpriced garbage.
Scary part, T-Mobile is going to get even bigger and faster by the end of the year.
Huh, weird...maybe they should have spent all that profit they made gouging customers for years on infrastructure?
Read the article. Makes sense.
I think what Savi means by "bullshit" is it's likely just lazy and intentional business. e.g. Slow due to being oversold and refusal to invest in improvements.
I've seen this for 20 years in both internet providers and mobile services. These companies so entrenched in their way (without real competition) they can simply charge more and impose limitations rather than reinvest or support change.