I wonder what the GSM world are going to call HSDPA if it doesn't deliver the goods? Users on the Cingular HSDPA network certainly don't seem to consider it 'Super' with average reported speeds hovering around 400kbps. Maybe they need to consider a new term for the first iterations of HSDPA, something like 'The Not Quite But Almost and Nearly There Super 3G'. A bit of a mouth full but in an industry known for its fondness of acronyms 'TNQBANTS3G' does have a certain ring to it. Using a 3 point font you could almost squeeze it onto a phone face plate.
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