1. pokey1800's Avatar
    Got myself the Rogers 9900 today. Anyone else who has one know what the H+ is beside the signal strength indicator on the display?
    08-09-11 06:20 PM
  2. Masahiro's Avatar
    It means you're connected to Rogers' HSPA+ network, pretty much 3.5g. It doubles max download speeds to 14.4mbps.

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    08-09-11 06:22 PM
  3. sergesc's Avatar
    HSPA+ 14.4mbps downloads.
    08-09-11 06:23 PM
  4. calicocat2010's Avatar
    Sounds like you have 3.5g speed, not yet 4G...but it's considered "4G" at that speed. LTE is definite 4G, and only T-Mobile has that one.
    Last edited by calicocat2010; 08-09-11 at 06:39 PM.
    08-09-11 06:24 PM
  5. dalton4L's Avatar
    You can technically tell your friends you have a 4G BlackBerry now! Go make yourself popular!
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    08-09-11 06:28 PM
  6. johndoe086's Avatar
    Sounds like you have 3.5g speed, not yet 4G...but it's considered "4G" at that speed. LTE is definite 4G, and only T-Mobile has that one.
    LTE is NOT True 4G, please read the 4G specs. LTE 4G is a marketing 4G. Just like H+ is marketing 4G. Chipsets for True 4G does not exist.
    08-09-11 09:34 PM
  7. calicocat2010's Avatar
    LTE is NOT True 4G, please read the 4G specs. LTE 4G is a marketing 4G. Just like H+ is marketing 4G. Chipsets for True 4G does not exist.
    Alright, so it's marketing 4G.

    Chill.

    4G will come out Someday.
    08-09-11 09:53 PM
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