BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — AT&T this morning announced that it has (finally) switched on 4G speeds in Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Boynton Beach and West Palm Beach. Even though your iPhone has displayed “4G” for several months, what was clever marketing for iPhone users is now the real deal for folks who have phones capable of receiving and transmitting data at higher speeds.
Ironically, even thought the iPhone may display 4G, it is actually not capable of 4G speeds. A 4G iPhone will likely hit the shelves in October.
For customers with phones capable of working on the 4G network, expect higher speeds and possibly higher bills. Tech blogs have reported for quite some time now that the speeds are so great that users plow through data like never before, not realizing that the movie download may actually end up costing you a good chunk of change.
But also note this: for all the coverage area issues that AT&T has, its version of 4G, known as LTE (long term evolution), is considered to be the best out there.
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