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  Reply # 799246 14-Apr-2013 18:17
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What speeds should we expect on Nexus 4? My max has been 20Mbps and I was standing right next to the tower.

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  Reply # 799253 14-Apr-2013 18:31
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M57: What speeds should we expect on Nexus 4? My max has been 20Mbps and I was standing right next to the tower.


Were you the only mobile user on that cell using HSPA?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 799341 14-Apr-2013 21:44
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M57: What speeds should we expect on Nexus 4? My max has been 20Mbps and I was standing right next to the tower.


Were you the only mobile user on that cell using HSPA?


This was at the Homai Train station with not many people around. I also tried in Auckland city but speeds were even less. It doesn't really bother me as that's faster than my ADSL at home but was just wondering what other people were getting.

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  Reply # 799350 14-Apr-2013 22:12
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Other end users will be getting approx the same if using a correct device



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  Reply # 799906 15-Apr-2013 22:12
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johnr:
Firebreaker: How do you upload pics? I'm getting 21mbps down on HSDPA 42, it's depressing because my house only gets 2mbps.


Approx where do you live?
oh the 2mbps is my Internet connection,what I meant by depressing is that DC 3G destroys my home Internet( my house doesn't even have 3G)





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  Reply # 799908 15-Apr-2013 22:14
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You mean 3G coverage is from a Sure Signal unit (femtocell)



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  Reply # 799918 15-Apr-2013 22:33
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johnr: You mean 3G coverage is from a Sure Signal unit (femtocell)
Yup.





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