Actually no, you're totally wrong. As hillrider is.
The number represents a different type of general data connection, not every type of HSPA connection. And 9 is not for HSPA, etc; (before 9, it even writes HSDPA clear as crystal). As for 11 it writes HSPA.
So, from what I have noticed so far:
GPRS - 1
UMTS - 3
HSDPA - 9
HSPA - 11
LTE - 13 (? I'm not sure here)
So it's pretty obvious these aren't part of a HSPA table, because of the different technologies listed. They are a part of a general data connection table. Also, it's pretty obvious that they are numbered in ascending order, based on the connection speed. There are probably even more, I don't know exactly.