Sprint sues AT&T over the company’s use of ‘5G E’ claims false advertising
Sprint sues AT&T over the company's use of ‘5G E' claims false advertising
AT&T's calling its latest 4G LTE network “5G E” isn't just drawing the ire of tech media and fans. It's now drawing fire from Sprint in the form of a lawsuit.
In a lawsuit filed in New York's Southern District, Sprint says it is taking the action as a result of “AT&T’s false advertising and deceptive acts” around 5G E.
Since late last year, AT&T has been touting its upgraded 4G LTE network as 5G E in TV ads, ramping up the running of the spots in 2019.
In a statement provided to USA TODAY, Sprint says that “AT&T is deliberately deceiving consumers into believing that their existing 4G LTE network operates on a coveted and highly anticipated 5G network.”
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