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There are no 4G networks anywhere in the world. Fullstop. A number that calls their 3G networks 4G though.Firstly, the device is not 4G capable nor is there a 4G network in any country (including the US, if I'm not mistaken). The networks have conveniently adopted the name 4G on their LTE networks.
Knew that was bound to pop up at some point, just didn't expect it as soon as the 3rd postIt's like buying a car that has a top speed of 260 km/hr. The salesmen doesn't tell you you can only drive it at a max of 120 km/hr, he tells you what the car is capable off. The fact that you can't use the features on the roads in SA is between the driver and the roads people (user and network).