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    Default AT&T testing 7.2Mbps network in Chicago

    Source: IntoMobile

    AT&T has been running trials in Chicago to test the network upgrades that would offer data speeds of 7.2Mbps and more.

    Previously, the carrier confirmed that it will be using LTE for its 4G network, adding that in the meantime they will update the existing HSPA network with faster HSPA+ technology. As a result, at some point in the future, users will experience downlink speeds of up to 14.4Mbps, as well as uplink speeds of up to 2Mbps.

    In the meantime, 3.6Mbps is the best you can expect in perfect conditions…
    Damn those guys are slow! the 7.2mbit/s have been out in sweden for a long time now. We are even getting 21mbit/s in the second quarter next year

    read more: 3 Starts To Build Evolved HSPA In Swedish With 21Mbit/s
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    Default Re: AT&T testing 7.2Mbps network in Chicago

    21mbit/s? WOW, your so lucky to live in Sweden
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    Default Re: AT&T testing 7.2Mbps network in Chicago

    yeah the US carries are waaaaaaaaaay behind in times of technology, just look they only have two gms providers Att and Tmobile - end of story. the rest is the cdma carries. whenever i go to Europe i feel like i can breathe again on gsm networks. things here are moving so slow it's not even funny.


 

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