4G+ is an interesting moniker! I think it is one they have invented.
See if you can makes sense of this article
What it is saying in essence that there are two different "protocols" called 4G. LTE and true 4G, but most UK providers call LTE 4G these days.
The 4G advertised by the networks here are in fact LTE. EE sell double speed 4G, which I used to have, but this seems to be the multi-channel stuff that is described as LTE Plus in the article
4G+ I imagine is that as well.
As far as I know Three only sell LTE. My car system calls it that. The identical SIM in my Huawei P20 Lite calls it 4G.
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Connection - Three 4G, tbb tests normally 35-45Mpbs down, 65Mbps off-peak, 9-24 up.
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Edited by RobertoS (Tue 09-Apr-19 19:21:38)