Agreed on the speed itself and the "LTE is the only 4G" comment. TMO is getting cable modem download speeds in some places. "4G" is a marketing term that basically means "noticeably better than 3G" to the standards body. It used to mean something different.
Originally Posted by phonegeek
The big difference between H+ and LTE is latency. From my non-scientific tests, LTE with a good signal is under 50 ms and H+ with a similar signal (-85 dBm) is over 100 ms. The actual effect of latency widely varies depending on what you're doing, but it is a difference/limitation of H+. HD video conferencing is very latency-sensitive; Facebook, not so much. It doesn't mean H+ isn't "4G", because "4G" means "noticeably better than 3G".