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Old November 3rd, 2012, 11:37 AM   #3 (permalink)
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T-Mobile has fantastic HSPA+ speeds (which the Nexus 4 supports). My download speeds have ranged anywhere from 5 Mbps to 20 Mbps. Upload speeds have been consistent around 2 Mbps. I personally don't lust for LTE because of the good speeds I'm getting on T-Mobile's HSPA+ which are perfectly fine for me. T-Mobile will eventually have their own LTE network beginning sometime in 2013 but HSPA+ will still be around. T-Mobile is actually opening up the 1900 MHz spectrum for HSPA+, trying to attract iPhone users. I can't really speak from experience about HSPA+ on AT&T...it is slower than T-Mobile's but still faster than regular 3G. Like EarlyMon mentioned though, it largely depends on the coverage in your area. Check your coverage map beforehand.
 
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