AT&T's controversial use of the term 5G 'E' even fooled tech billionaire Marc Benioff (T, CRM)
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AT&T has a controversial marketing tactic to promote its wireless network that fooled tech billionaire Marc Benioff into thinking he was connected to the latest and greatest in mobile networks — 5G. 

AT&T renamed its 4G LTE Advanced Pro network for "5G E," with the "E" standing for evolution. It's not real 5G, which promises faster speeds and responsiveness. 

By marketing LTE Advanced Pro networks as "5G E," AT&T has confused people and led some to incorrectly believe they're...

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