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 Lawsuit accuses Apple, AT&T of over-saturating 3G network with iPhones

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PostSubject: Lawsuit accuses Apple, AT&T of over-saturating 3G network with iPhones   Wed Sep 03, 2008 1:13 pm

"A San Diego-based lawsuit filed late last week alleges that Apple and its carrier partner AT&T have knowingly oversold iPhone 3G, promising fast speeds only to see a glut of customers bog down the network with devices that themselves are flawed," Aidan Malley reports for AppleInsider.

"The 18-page complaint from customer William Gillis primarily relies on Internet reports of problems as the foundation of its argument and asserts that leaked information contradicts public statements by either of the defendant companies regarding 3G network performance," Malley reports.

"Gillis particularly criticizes AT&T. Although company new media representative Brad Mays has gone on record as saying the iPhone 3G has been 'performing great' on its 3G network, the plaintiff counters by pointing to claims that the handset has required too much power. In tandem with the 'high volume' of iPhones sold, the sheer signal demand has bombarded AT&T and in many cases kicks users down to the EDGE-based 2G network even when 3G coverage is guaranteed, according to the lawsuit," Malley reports.
[url="A San Diego-based lawsuit filed late last week alleges that Apple and its carrier partner AT&T have knowingly oversold iPhone 3G, promising fast speeds only to see a glut of customers bog down the network with devices that themselves are flawed," Aidan Malley reports for AppleInsider. "The 18-page complaint from customer William Gillis primarily relies on Internet reports of problems as the foundation of its argument and asserts that leaked information contradicts public statements by either of the defendant companies regarding 3G network performance," Malley reports. "Gillis particularly criticizes AT&T. Although company new media representative Brad Mays has gone on record as saying the iPhone 3G has been 'performing great' on its 3G network, the plaintiff counters by pointing to claims that the handset has required too much power. In tandem with the 'high volume' of iPhones sold, the sheer signal demand has bombarded AT&T and in many cases kicks users down to the EDGE-based 2G network even when 3G coverage is guaranteed, according to the lawsuit," Malley reports.]ARTICLE[/url]
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