View Poll Results: What Network and Speed are you seeing on 4g?

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  • Verizon < 5Mbps

    0 0%
  • Verizon 5-15 Mbps

    1 9.09%
  • Verizon 15+ Mbps

    3 27.27%
  • ATT < 5Mbps

    0 0%
  • ATT 5-15 Mbps

    1 9.09%
  • ATT 15+ Mbps

    1 9.09%
  • Tmobile < 5Mbps

    0 0%
  • Tmobile 5-15 Mbps

    2 18.18%
  • Tmobile 15+ Mbps

    0 0%
  • Sprint < 5Mbps

    0 0%
  • Sprint 5-15Mbps

    0 0%
  • Spring 15+ Mbps

    0 0%
  • What's 4g?

    2 18.18%
  • Other

    1 9.09%
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  1. #1
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    What kind of speeds do you see on 4g?

    What kind of speeds are you guys seeing on 4g?

    I have Verizon and I'm seeing around 35Mbps consistently, with spikes of up to 46.

    Test Date: Feb 23, 2012 1:14:02 am
    Connection Type: Lte
    Server: Arab, AL
    Download: 45.07 Mbps
    Upload: 10.06 Mbps
    Ping: 72 ms

    http://www.speedtest.net/android/143905827.png
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    Oh that is so awesome! I'm stuck on 3G and literally a 10 minute drive outside of the 4G (LTE) coverage where I live. So close, yet so far!
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    Typically I do not see less than 15Mbit up and down. More commonly I see 25Mbit/25Mbit.
    This is on Verizon.
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    Orange in the UK have announced they will be the first provider to offer 4g..

    I cant wait, as their parent company (Everything Everywhere) also own T-Mobile (who I'm currently with)..

    On 3g I get around 2mbit, bring on the 4g

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisxp View Post
    Orange in the UK have announced they will be the first provider to offer 4g..

    I cant wait, as their parent company (Everything Everywhere) also own T-Mobile (who I'm currently with)..

    On 3g I get around 2mbit, bring on the 4g
    It's night and day difference, especially if you have a dual-core phone so it can parse web pages quickly.
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    Oops, in india, its hard to find even a 3G network in growing cities. Internet speed in my mobile is about 130 kbps
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    4g "lte" etc is not actual 4G (100mbps).. it's like 3.5/3+
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    Quote Originally Posted by quantumphysics View Post
    4g "lte" etc is not actual 4G (100mbps).. it's like 3.5/3+
    Yeah, I'm aware. It's unfortunate carriers use marketing like this, but to the end consumer, 4g is what's being marketed as 4g, aka LTE.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tmzVPS - Jonathan View Post
    Upload: 10.06 Mbps
    5 times my office cable connection. Maybe I should get a 4G and tether my desktop...
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    Quote Originally Posted by bear View Post
    5 times my office cable connection. Maybe I should get a 4G and tether my desktop...
    eh.. latency?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bear View Post
    5 times my office cable connection. Maybe I should get a 4G and tether my desktop...
    I can only get 12Mbps to my house (without paying $500$ per month), and with a consistent 35+ from my cell phone, with my grandfathered in unlimited data plan, I do find myself tethering my phone when I want to download something quickly
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    Quote Originally Posted by quantumphysics View Post
    eh.. latency?
    I ping most of the US at <100ms from my phone, so 4g has taken latency issues partially out of the picture for phones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tmzVPS - Jonathan View Post
    I ping most of the US at <100ms from my phone, so 4g has taken latency issues partially out of the picture for phones.
    I mean it'll still always be more than ftth or whatever, so.. eh.. it depends on what you're doing day to day
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