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Old Mar 16, 2012, 05:22 PM   #1
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HSPA+ speed improvements

I stayed with ATT iPad when upgrading from the original iPad because of my existing unlimited plan, even though LTE isn't available where I live in Oklahoma yet.

The fact that it supports HPSA+ helps.

I just did a speed test. My old one was 2mb down, .18 up. The new one is 4.2 down, 1.78 up.
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Old Mar 16, 2012, 05:24 PM   #2
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I stayed with ATT iPad when upgrading from the original iPad because of my existing unlimited plan, even though LTE isn't available where I live in Oklahoma yet.

The fact that it supports HPSA+ helps.

I just did a speed test. My old one was 2mb down, .18 up. The new one is 4.2 down, 1.78 up.
That's about what I get with my iPhone 4S, and that is very sweet.
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