AT&T claimed it’s offering a version of “5G” service, prompting howls from competitors and the trade press.
AT&T claimed it’s offering a version of “5G” service, prompting howls from competitors and the trade press. Nati Harnik AP file photo
AT&T claimed it’s offering a version of “5G” service, prompting howls from competitors and the trade press. Nati Harnik AP file photo

AT&T touts 5G wireless, Sprint boss and others throw shade

April 27, 2017 08:25 AM

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