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Topic # 93824 30-Nov-2011 11:16
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Hi,

Does anyone know the theoretical and practical upload speeds for Telecom's HSPA+ network? I can't find this documented anywhere, only download speeds.

Thanks :)

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  Reply # 551748 30-Nov-2011 11:19
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2Mbps UL as I understand Telecom have not acivated 5.7Mbps UL yet

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  Reply # 551755 30-Nov-2011 11:26
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My understanding is that XT is still only HSUPA category 5 meaning 2Mbps max uplink.

Real world speeds are in the vicinity of 1Mbps - the Truenet and Epitiro tests will both give you your best real world summary.



   



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  Reply # 551763 30-Nov-2011 11:50
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Thanks, I've speed tested at 1.88 and it sounds like that's about the highest I'm going to get :)

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  Reply # 551766 30-Nov-2011 11:59
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Behodar: Thanks, I've speed tested at 1.88 and it sounds like that's about the highest I'm going to get :)


Nothing wrong with that, The fastest I have seen on Vodafone UL is 4.1 Mbps on my SGII

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  Reply # 551773 30-Nov-2011 12:40
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freitasm: The discussion is about Telecom XT, no need to hijack it.



I would not call it a hijack, I advised nothing wrong with 1.8Mbps UL on XT and just advised the fastest I have seen on Vodafone

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