Originally Posted by Anthrax79
Yes, after doing some research I discovered that the HTC One "needs" a router that supports 802.11 ac to gain true speeds. While this is cool that the phone supports this latest version of 802.11, it is ridiculous that the phone does not also support the older routers fully. A standard g router is rated at 54Mbps, so there is no reason to be stuck at 7Mbps. Plus my router is a 802.11 n and rated at 300Mbps.
Anyway, it looks like if I want access to the full bandwidth of my home internet on my phone, I will have to drop $150-$250 for a 802.11 ac router.
My router is an N as well and I'm able to hit 20MB down on a 25MB plan consistantly.
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Originally Posted by dottat
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What speeds are you getting when you run a speed test? Also what monthly service speed are you paying for?
I don't mind people pushing my buttons.....especially when they're saying "THANKS"
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