Here's mine in Las Vegas, Nevada
From what I can tell most of the towers already have HSPA+ deployed except for a few recent towers that have gotten 3G coverage.
Useless without tether...just like my tablet now.
6.6M D and 400K U with 1 bar of 4G. I'll try again when I'm outside or in the car.
I'm getting about 10 to 13mb down in So Cal with 4 bars. 3 to 5mb down with 2 or 3 bars.
14.6M D and 2.56M U with 4 bars of 4G outside.
20189 kbps downloads - 1330 kkbps upload - 67ms ping
this was 4G inside the office building. So is that good or not?
We get 15000 kbps down, 1000 kbsp up and ~150ms ping on an $80/month land line..
I'd say any wireless technology clocking at 20000/1000 kbps inside an office building is pretty awesome.
Can't wait to test mine!
I'm in the Charlotte, North Carolina area and I have averaged about 10 mbps down and 1.4 mbps up, with peak speeds of 20 mbps on my Galaxy S 2. Check out the screenshot pic to see for yourself. Thats fast 4G speeds in my book!
Does anybody know, I have the ATT version of Galaxy s2 but I am with the T-mobile Carrier, when I run speedtest it shows that i am DL @ .17 mbps and upload @ mbps. How do I Fix this issue? Any ideas?
Orlando FL Area
I got 19.5 Mbps down and 2.2 Mbps up last night, my best yet! I'm only on 21 Mbps HSPA+ though, not the full 42.
Here is my speed test result from speedtest.net
HTC Amaze 4G phone connected to 4G network in my office with 3 bar in signal indicator.
So, I'm not getting what T-Mobile advertised
I get 11MB down and 900KB up.
La Mesa, CA
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