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Phone Post your Nexus 7 HSPA+ data speeds

Did not see a thread like this if there is already one forgive this new guy. Anyways, this is T-Mobile prepaid mobile broadband plan. I'm pretty happy with these speeds.
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Nice! :beer:

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I use an HSPA+ mifi but never see speeds likes yours, OP! I'm lucky to see 2mb down!
 
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Did some driving around today, seems the speeds I posted are pretty limited to a small area here unfortunately. Most of the other places I tried were around 1 - 3 Mbps which is still better then what I get with Sprint (no 4g coverage here but I have to pay for it) just waiting until my contract is up to make the switch.
 
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Figured id post a WiFi speed, its a lot higher then what I pay for but what the hell

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Figured id post a WiFi speed, its a lot higher then what I pay for but what the hell

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"Figured (I'd) post a WiFi speed (test) , it's a lot higher (than) what I pay for but what the hell(.)"

Sorry I'm bored. :beer:

My WiFi is not as good as yours, 10Mbps.

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Bell Canada, via PC Mobile MVNO.

Test Date: Nov 24, 2012 9:18:13 PM
Connection Type: Hspa
Server: Vancouver, BC
Download: 12415 kbps
Upload: 2643 kbps
Ping: 80 ms

http://www.speedtest.net/android/299912819.png

Just to add: Bell and Telus have a shared HSPA+ network that operates on both 850 and 1900. So unlike T-Mobile's, it has better in-building coverage and penetration. Same frequencies as AT&T but overall faster and less burdened. Lower burden due in part to the fact that there are very few customers with grandfathered unlimited plans of any kind - Canada saw its first iPhones launch with small data caps, while AT&T started with unlimited and only years later started to shrink the data allowance.
 
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bump.. Anyone else? There's gotta be a lot more of us Nexus 7 3G owners out there by now.
 
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att gave me horrible speeds, but tmobile gave me much better service. much happier now.
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