1. gyubok's Avatar
    HI, I am going to get 9900 next week and I wanna know some info regarding network speeds in canada.

    I know rogers = 9900 and have "H+" which indicates HSDPA+ network, and from what I know, telus also have HSDPA+ network as well but shows "3G".

    What does the differences mean and which is faster?
    09-03-11 11:24 PM
  2. DannyJK's Avatar
    ACTUALLY, Telus shows the H+ symbol on all of their OS7 devices.
    09-03-11 11:35 PM
  3. greatness10's Avatar
    I have the 9900 on telus...lighting quick. I love testing it against an iphone4 in browser test...kills it every time.

    it also shows H+ but you can select it to only find 3G&2G if you want(not sure why you'd want to though)
    09-03-11 11:45 PM
  4. costco1's Avatar
    Telus shows H+. Bell should show H+. All same devices, all same theoretical network speeds.

    I dont know why title says 9900 vs 9930 as all devices sold here are 9900. If you were to compare 9900 vs 9930 running on native network, 9900 would be faster.
    09-04-11 12:02 AM
  5. vx1's Avatar
    I have the 9900 on telus...lighting quick. I love testing it against an iphone4 in browser test...kills it every time.

    it also shows H+ but you can select it to only find 3G&2G if you want(not sure why you'd want to though)
    hahah can you repeat that " I love testing it against an iphone4 in browser test...kills it every time." 5 more time thanks

    nice!
    09-04-11 12:05 AM
  6. Vihzel's Avatar
    Congrats, you beat a phone that was released 14 months ago.
    09-04-11 12:18 AM
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