Analyst insight: 4G is a marketing term, not a technical one

Peter Jarich current analysisCurrent Analysis' Peter Jarich weighs in on the term "4G," arguing that folks shouldn't be using it as a technical term. It's a marketing term, which makes it difficult for folks to argue whether a service is true 4G or one that enhances 3G. Marketers will continue to use it as they see fit, and if that helps consumers better understand the capabilities of a service, all the better. Article

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