<!- placeholder 630 blocked. Reas : no sizes -><!- placeholder 629 blocked. Reas : no sizes -> T-Mobile uses the self-proclaimed accolade "Best Unlimited Network" in its commercials. But now, an advertising regulator has asked the carrier to cancel it.
<!-ezoicfl-> To be clear, this recommendati from the Natial Advertising Divisi (NAD) is not binding. But it's quite significant that T-Mobile is appealing the decisi.
<!- placeholder 632 blocked. Reas : no sizes -> The NAD is an investigative unit of the self-regulatory system of the advertising industry. It is administered by the Board of Business Ethics Boards
<!- placeholder 178 blocked. Reas : no sizes -> This is not the first time that T-Mobile finds itself in frt of the NAD. Following a Veriz complaint, regulators last fall recommended that T-Mobile cease claiming to have the fastest 4G LTE network. The carrier agreed to comply at that time.
<!-ezoicfl-><!- placeholder 191 blocked. Reas : no sizes -> In the last dispute, AT & T complained to NAD that T-Mobile's claim of being the "best unlimited network" is too broad.
<!- placeholder 192 blocked. Reas : no sizes -> T-Mobile respded with Ookla and OpenSignal crowdfunding speed test data indicating that T-Mobile was delivering faster data speeds than its major competitors.
<!- placeholder 193 blocked. Reas : no sizes -> The Natial Advertising Divisi replied that being the fastest does not make the carrier the best. Other factors such as coverage area, reliable broadband data, and cversati and text services should be included.
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T-Mobile tried to counter …