What is 4G?

4G means “fourth generation.” It is the fourth generation wireless standard, and comes after 2G and 3G. 4G will be different from its predesessors in that it will be an all IP-based network with download speeds up to 128 Megabits/second. For you, this will enable seemless service and access to to faster and higher quality voice and data, as well as high definition video.

See also: Is 4G different from 3G+?
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