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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by waloshin, Mar 19, 2011.
Why does At&T cap upload speeds only on Android phones?
It's not that they're Android, but rather, the caps are on the HSPA+ models...my SE Xperia X10a pulls data just as quickly as an iPhone.
Ok why on the HSPA+ models, to lower their bandwidth?
Looks like HTC is upgrading their HSPA+ phone. Update soon it looks like.
Yep. Pretty much. All of AT&T's moves lately have been to help mitigate bandwith usage.
Limiting data speed on phones, sending text messages to stop tetherers and buying up t-mobile's network.
Is this a hardware mod or software?
The chips are probably installed just not active.
I think its more of AT&T caps upload speeds on phones that are actually capable of using a lot of bandwidth (an Atrix will strain the network more than a razr). thing is though, Apple is very protective of their stuff and does not allow AT&T to touch it. Therefore, higher upload seeds on iPhone.