1. matthewpesonen's Avatar
    I'm just curious about how fast each carier and area is faster. I went to my3gspeed.com and tested it out.. Here's what I got.

    Phone: 9930
    Carier: Verizon
    Location: Fayetteville, NC
    Test 1: 1.94mbps
    Test 2: 2.07mbps
    Test 3: 2.07mbps

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    12-02-11 12:50 AM
  2. emirozmen's Avatar
    Phone:9900
    Carrier:Turkcell
    Location:Istanbul, Turkey
    Test 1 : 1.82mbps
    Test 2 : 1.51mbps
    Test 3 : 2.02mbps

    Why do they makethese devices capable of 14.4/5.76mbps down/up, is there any network that can provide those speeds?
    12-02-11 06:59 AM
  3. redk's Avatar
    Phone: 9900
    Carrier: T-Mobile
    Test 1: 5.89mbps
    Test 2: 6.87mbps
    Test 3: 7.64mbps

    You have to consider T-Mobile is super 3G pretty much since they are using hspa-+
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    12-02-11 09:13 AM
  4. emirozmen's Avatar
    Hows AT&Ts 4G speed compared to Tmos?
    12-02-11 11:06 AM
  5. Fnord's Avatar
    12-02-11 02:29 PM
  6. ksison's Avatar


    using a Rogers 9900 on ATT
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    12-02-11 03:30 PM
  7. papped's Avatar
    Phone:9900
    Carrier:Turkcell
    Location:Istanbul, Turkey
    Test 1 : 1.82mbps
    Test 2 : 1.51mbps
    Test 3 : 2.02mbps

    Why do they makethese devices capable of 14.4/5.76mbps down/up, is there any network that can provide those speeds?
    Theoretical speeds never translate into actual. If you literally want something like 14mbps+ down you need a LTE network or 48mbps HSPA+ to get speeds like that.

    Also a friendly reminder that BIS basically bunkifies speed test results...
    Last edited by papped; 12-02-11 at 03:48 PM.
    12-02-11 03:38 PM
  8. emirozmen's Avatar
    Was surfing Rogers site and found Galaxy S2 LTE supports up to 75mbps download speeds. Seriously? While we are cheering if we see 10mbps lol
    12-02-11 04:37 PM
  9. mattglobal's Avatar
    Device: 9930
    Carrier: SoftBank
    Location: Fukuoka, Japan
    Download: 1.56 Mbps
    Upload: 0.19 Mbps

    I'm wondering if my test results are being skewed by being out of the country. The service here is really snappy.
    12-02-11 04:57 PM
  10. papped's Avatar
    Was surfing Rogers site and found Galaxy S2 LTE supports up to 75mbps download speeds. Seriously? While we are cheering if we see 10mbps lol
    They are still releasing handsets that support 14.4 hspa+ max. Even 48mbps HSPA+ is not standard for all handsets yet and only VZ has the large lte footprint to even bother with LTE right now anyways.
    12-02-11 05:07 PM
  11. papped's Avatar
    Device: 9930
    Carrier: SoftBank
    Location: Fukuoka, Japan
    Download: 1.56 Mbps
    Upload: 0.19 Mbps

    I'm wondering if my test results are being skewed by being out of the country. The service here is really snappy.
    Japan's network infrastructure is totally, totally different than in the US...
    12-02-11 05:08 PM
  12. emirozmen's Avatar
    Japan is using 5G lol
    12-03-11 05:17 AM
  13. emirozmen's Avatar
    My carrier officially announced 4G&LTE are coming at the same time and LTE will be able to support up to 150mbps!!!! Holy **** is that possible???
    12-03-11 05:32 AM
  14. andre3030's Avatar
    Device: 9900
    Carrier: Netcom
    Connection: 3G
    Location: Oslo, Norway
    4.94 mbps [4936 kbps | 617 kBps]

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    12-03-11 05:56 AM
  15. ngc's Avatar
    Device: 9930
    Carrier: Digitel
    Connection: 3G GSM, not CDMA
    Location: Caracas, Venezuela
    1st test: 0.84mbps
    12-03-11 03:16 PM
  16. DannyAves's Avatar
    My carrier officially announced 4G&LTE are coming at the same time and LTE will be able to support up to 150mbps!!!! Holy **** is that possible???

    Siemens has shown HSPA at 336mbps

    Nokia Siemens Demos HSPA at 336M Bps | PCWorld Business Center
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    12-03-11 03:26 PM
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