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Old January 8th, 2013, 12:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Monthly4G HSPA+ Speeds

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What speeds are some of you Monthly4G subscribers getting on HSPA+, and what is your device? Have you any screenshots?

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Old January 8th, 2013, 01:02 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I usually get between 16-22 mbps in Chicago with my S2. Side note- I finally unlocked my AT&T Captivate and got 6 mbps in the Wicker Park neighborhood with the same sim. I don't know how much of Chicago has been refarmed though.
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I have the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. My speeds are usually 8-9 mbps. $30 plan (100 mins talk/unl text/unl data (5GB cap)
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I have the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. My speeds are usually 8-9 mbps. $30 plan (100 mins talk/unl text/unl data (5GB cap)
If I left sprint that would be how I'd do it
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Depends on where you are. I have gotten speeds ranging from 7 Mbps to 26 Mbps depending in where I'm at. You get the same speed as T-Mobile post paid customers.

Basically of you use data for the usual stuff, you have nothing to worry about.
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I get between 10-15 mbps usually. Though once in awhile I'll get up to 20 mbps. I'm in San Antonio, Texas.
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If I left sprint that would be how I'd do it
I had to. Sprint 3G (and Boost) was horrible for me. 50-75 kbps just didn't cut it. Also, the contract was just too much money.
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Boost, I usually get around 10 mbps.
It's still only WiMAX though.

I'm having a great day with T-Mobile though.
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Kansas sounds like it has great signal
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Kansas sounds like it has great signal
I'm in San Antonio, Texas but this server seemed to show as the closest and fastest as well.
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Nexus⁴, average speeds are around 10-15mbps but often I get around 25mbps.

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