If you are a CDMA customer and you purchased an iPhone 4S and felt it was unfair for AT&T to have "4G" while we didn't well then I got some good news and bad news for you. Starting off with the good news, I did a little digging around and found that CDMA has a technology capable of producing the same amount of speeds HSPA+ produces. If you're not familiar with network talk please go do some research. HSPA+ is what make the AT&T iPhone 4S 4G. So what is equal to that on Verizon and Sprint? Good question and I'll answer that in a bit. First let's talk about what us CDMA users have been dealt to us. We use what they call EVDO Rev. A. It's the 3G network that powers our data. One simple update to the towers, and I do mean simple, can upgrade the towers to a new standard called EVDO Rev. B which is capable of speeds up to 14mbps down which is the same exact capabilities HSPA+ on AT&T produces. "But how do we get that?" you may ask. Well, unfortunately, this is where the bad news comes into play. The carriers have no plan of upgrading the towers unless there is enough demand for it. If you are willing to, pickup your phone right now and dial 611 then speak to a rep. regarding upgrading the towers to Rev. B. They most likely will know what you are talking about. All around the world in "CDMA land" they use Rev. B. We're the only country that didn't upgrade. Stupid huh?