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11th August 2014, 12:44 AM |#1  
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Seen this thread on other phone forums but haven't seen it on this forum just yet, so it'd be nice to see what speeds you guys are getting on LTE/WiFi. I know that there are a lot of complaints in regards to weak cellular data or weak wifi. Some of us don't have those problems, and some of us do but thats not the point of this thread.

Anywho, lets show off of our speed test results using Speed Test https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...roid.speedtest

Please only provide results on your OnePlus One and not for other phones.
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T-Mobile USA. Brooklyn, NY
Also attached is my WiFi speed on my home internet connection (110 down, 40 up is what is advertised on a Wireless-N router)

I usually do get higher speeds but not in that area. My peak speeds were 50 down on LTE.

LTE: http://i.imgur.com/o5fCH4t.png
WiFi: http://i.imgur.com/1dqSI3b.png
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11th August 2014, 06:50 AM |#2  
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Here's my speed test result. On the Telstra network in Ringwood, Melbourne, Australia, and using LTE.

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Here's my speed test result. On the Telstra network in Ringwood, Melbourne, Australia, and using LTE.

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Surprised no one is posting here although the Antutu thread is pretty popular and in the past. Threads like this seem to reach a lot of posts, 222 views and only 2 posts

Wow nice, Australian LTE looks nice. The highest I've ever gotten with T-Mobile LTE was 52.17/17.56 on my N5 in this one particular area of Brooklyn.
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My 4G on the oneplus has 2 bars then drops to none. Best speed I can get 6Mbps
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No speed test here, but my One is much faster than my Galaxy S3 over Wifi. It also never drops wifi connection while my S3 would drop connection when I walked around the house or at work.
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Can't post screenshots for some reason but I get 48 Mbps. T-Mobile Michigan

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No speed test here, but my One is much faster than my Galaxy S3 over Wifi. It also never drops wifi connection while my S3 would drop connection when I walked around the house or at work.

Provide one a speedtest is quite easy to do. Download the app and run it. I just feel that theres a lot of criticism on the Wifi/Radio/Cell Service that some of us don't have that problem so its nice to have some positivity towards this subject.
You guys can go to the Speedtest App -> Results -> Share button and then get the link and paste that here too.
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Not bad, I'll have to try a better service area tomorrow. This in on Att in Lithonia GA.
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TWC internet.



And straight talk (att) 50% signal strength
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Surprised no one is posting here although the Antutu thread is pretty popular and in the past. Threads like this seem to reach a lot of posts, 222 views and only 2 posts

Wow nice, Australian LTE looks nice. The highest I've ever gotten with T-Mobile LTE was 52.17/17.56 on my N5 in this one particular area of Brooklyn.

We get much higher speeds than that, I had pretty bad signal strength at the time. My mate recently got 80mb down.

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