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Anyone tried out ATT HSPA+ network?

Discussion in 'Android Questions' started by tcchubb, Feb 28, 2011.

  1. tcchubb

    tcchubb New Member

    Feb 20, 2011
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    Just saw that att is saying that its HSPA+ network is up and running in certain cities. Just wondering if anyone lives in any of these cities and has had a chance to try it out so the rest of us that are not so lucky can see what we will be getting one day

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  2. aggieman

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    Mar 14, 2007
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    Its live here in dallas. Nothing spectacular as of now. Download speeds avg 2-4 mbps upload capped at 300 kbps by at&t. Non hspa+ iphone 4 by comparison nearly same download speeds and upload over 1 mbps.


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  4. Orhan

    Orhan New Member

    May 23, 2011
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    I just got me an att atrix yesterday. Still getting used to it. Been at tmobile for a long time.
    Latest I had mt4g speed was consistent at .7mb up 1.9 down but with att atrix here in Washington dc area speed test returns at 61-171 kb up 700-4300 kb down. I have H+ all the time at notification bar.
    It's too early maybe but I'm missing my MT4G with tmobile.

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  5. stevemw

    stevemw New Member

    May 14, 2011
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    I got speeds ranging from 75/618 Kbits/s with 112ms latency to 4828/201 with 100ms latency. I've got a couple of readings from Speedtest.net at 0/0/-1 (what's up, AT&T?). Right now I'm getting 702/871 /98. So I'm still waiting for the speeds I thought this phone is capable of.
    Also, I've seen G once while booting up. Otherwise my phone is always showing H+ with 4 or 5 bars (I guess that's because of the APN).
     

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