Starting with a, "We don't usually do this sort of thing, but here goes nothing," statement, AT&T defended its coverage, declaring that it reaches 97 percent of the U.S. population. The carrier continued on to explain that this coverage is divided up into three different types of technology: 3G, EDGE, and GPRS.
It's all good until AT&T starts explaining the difference between 3G and EDGE and claims that there isn't any. "The only difference – with some data applications, 3G is faster than EDGE," the company writes.
AT&T goes on to list several reasons why it has twice as many customers as Verizon:
AT&T this week amended its lawsuit with Verizon, adding the company's "Misfit Toy" commercial to the list of complaints.
Read the full statement from AT&T here.