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Sadly you are not exaggerating. R2 a meb OOB at these insane speeds could cost you easily cost you your house. Vodacom should stop this unethical practise to exploit unsuspecting customers. This is one of the main reasons, I am hesitant to port my 4 MTN contracts to them. I love their networks and brand image but I despise their business ethics. Vodacom do you hear me?Prediction: OOB shark on LTE is gonna cause at least one person to lose their home due to the crippling debt :twisted:
As the old saying goes; assumption is the mother of all stuffups.
It's a crazy, mixed up situation. The vendors are using 4G and LTE interchangeably. The S3 says 4G on the back and, as you said, even the signal indicator shows 4G. The iPhone 5 shows LTE but is called 4G by most operators.The LTE version of the Galaxy S3 shows the connected signal as connected to 4G and the iPhone 5 shows connected to LTE.
It's the cell manufacturers that's calling it 4G, thus making it easy should Vodacom go to court.
Look Jannie, there's no need to be rude. I never attacked your person.As the old saying goes; assumption is the mother of all stuffups.
That's not from Vodacom. You'll have to ask rpm where he got that from.