It’s a strange world we live in. 4G really isn’t 4G all the time. It can be LTE, it can be WiMAX, HSPA+, or something else. However, it turns out that T-Mobile has what may be the most awkward of the 4G networks out there: it now supports up to 42MBps download speeds in an additional 56 areas (making for a total of 152 areas with 42MBps “4G”), seen after the break. However they do not have a single smartphone or tablet that supports those speeds for more than a month now. All T-Mobile offers is a data stick that can access the 42MBps range. And who cares about that?