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I know this sound stupid.... but if i am getting 50 Mbps then.. even thought it has the 4G sign it should be an LTE... right? Logically thinking the HSPA+ can only go up to 20 Mbps

Should be correct. I think technically H+ can handle up to 42Mbps or something like that. I wish it were that fast here, lol
 
 
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