Originally Posted by Mphill46
Yes... I was just stating that there is a very strong 4g lte network in San Francisco and I wanted to share my speeds. I know our phone isn't 4g lte, but I believe our phones can get up to 14 MBps. Our phones can still access the 4g lte network.. your just not going to see the same speeds as you would on a phone that was designed for 4g lte. I actually called and complained to att and I have a 4g lte sim card in my phone, before I had my old 3g sim card from my iPhone and I decided to see of there was a difference in speeds and the answer is absolutely 100% yes... about 5 mbps difference when I compared the two cards in San Francisco ... I know our phone is not an lte device which is why I complained to att because I felt like I was Mislead when this phone first came out.
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Uh, no... HSPA does not equal LTE in any way, shape, or form. They use a similar air interface (LTE is an evolution of UMTS/WCDMA - what our phones use), but the packet data and air interfaces are totally different and not at all interchangeable. In fact, LTE isn't even packet switched like EDGE/HSPA, it's an IP-based system.
Having said that, those are pretty damn good results for HSPA. I only get about ~6mbps down and ~3 up at the best of times on O2 UK. Your network is good
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