LTE What?

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    LTE what?
     

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    *yawn*

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    haha damnit :p still pretty good though xD
     
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    Well at least you can do voice/data at the same time :/
     

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    *sigh* it's not usually this bad, but still.
     

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    My LTE isn't always this horrible, but it's nowhere near as good as I was hoping.

    This is around Long Beach.
     

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    F123D

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    Same here.

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    It's because you're in SoCal.
     
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    iPad/iPhone 5 tethering on Verizon LTE.
     

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    Damn AT&T doesn't have LTE anywhere in the entire state of CO--all the other major providers do.

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    Still better than my iPhone 3GS's HSPA 500ms latency 200Kb/s down and 50Kb/s up.
     
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    Modesto, CA, AT&T.
     

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    uploading videos etc to dropbox has been amazing on LTE. so much faster than home wifi at 2mpbs up... 15-20 mbps up is awesome.
     
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    LTE speeds in Hartford CT area...
     

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    If HSPA+ streams were a consistent 12mbps I would switch from unlimited vzw to unlimited at&t for $50 a month in a heartbeat, 12mbps is still faster than my home internet.
     
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    I get some pretty great DC-HSDPA in London,ON. ImageUploadedByTapatalk1348886104.351049.jpg
     
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    I get that same speed with 1 bar of LTE on Verizon. 2 bars and I'm already at double that speed. 3 bars and I'm nearing 30Mbps down. 4-5 bars and I get anywhere between 32-45Mbps. LTE what? ;)
     
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    At LAX baby! Read it and weep!
     

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    We get good HSPA+ speeds in Philly so I keep LTE off most of the time to conserve battery.

    Is LTE faster? Yes but not signigantly faster for me to be on it all the time. HSPA+ gets the job done well.
     
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    [​IMG]

    Well I guess not having a iphone 5 isn't a bad thing ... xD
    though I'd probably get 20Mb/s+ in my area :eek:
     
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    Oh, I turned lte off to see how 4G was in the same spot. Got about half what you see in my results.
     

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