T-Mobile says it will continue to claim it has the country’s fastest LTE network even after the National Advertising Division, a telecom industry watchdog group, “recommended” that it stop doing so in print, TV, and web advertisements. “NAD previously recognized third-party crowdsourced data as a way to look at network performance, so we looked at the latest results, and verified what we already knew,” T-Mobile said in a statement given to Ars Technica. “T-Mobile is still the fastest LTE network and we’ll continue to let consumers know that.”

The dispute arose earlier this year as part of a T-Mobile ad campaign that insinuated that Verizon’s network was older and slower, and that its service did not feature unlimited plans. Verizon then…

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