T-Mobile might not offer the iPhone on their network, but they sure do talk about the device quite often. In a new advertising campaign, T-Mobile compares the speed of the iPhone 4S on AT&T’s network to its own 4G network. In all fairness, AT&T’s HSPA+ network that the iPhone runs on is actually 3G, even though the mobile carrier advertises the technology as “4G.” In a sense, that is AT&T’s own fault for using a misleading marketing ploy. Watch the video just ahead, plotting a good looking lady on a motorcycle against another biker.
T-Mobile will soon be rolling out its own iPhone-compatible HSPA+ network in addition to LTE in 2013. The magenta-colored carrier has publicly expressed its desire to carry the iPhone on its network, but has yet to have any successful negotiations with Apple. Until then, T-Mobile will continue to suffer as competing networks reap the benefits of carrying the iPhone. T-Mobile currently has over one million iPhone subscribers, and promises a no-compromise iPhone experience on its network.