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T-Mobile claims it didn’t lie about 4G coverage, says FCC measured wrong

February 19, 2020


T-Mobile says the Federal Communications Commission screwed up 4G measurements in a report that accused the carrier of exaggerating its mobile coverage. The FCC report “incorrectly implies, based on a flawed verification process, that we overstated coverage,” T-Mobile said in an FCC filing Monday.

The FCC staff report, issued in December, found that Verizon, T-Mobile, and US Cellular exaggerated their 4G coverage in official filings. As the FCC said, “Overstating mobile broadband coverage misleads the public and can misallocate our limited universal service funds.”

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