As tech giants continue to race to deploy next-generation 5G technology, at least one legal dispute has been settled.

AT&T’s “5G E” campaign, which critics howled about as not really being 5G, led to a lawsuit from Sprint. But on Monday that dispute was resoled.

“We have amicably settled this matter,” AT&T said in a statement to Bloomberg News.

Details of the settlement weren’t disclosed, however.

Competitors have said the AT&T 5G E campaign could deceive customers.

AT&T will continue to use the promotion, saying it touts “5G Evolution.”

The Triangle and Charlotte are among the first markets where AT&T has been deploying and testing 5G technology.