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    Nice speeds for being on H+.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CGY Guy View Post
    Nice speeds for being on H+.
    Do you see the times and what he wrote near the screenshots?
    Speed 3 and probably 2 are impossible on HSPA+.

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    I've hit 49 down on my Nexus 4 here in Kelowna, before I did the LTE root mod. It's possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CGY Guy View Post
    I've hit 49 down on my Nexus 4 here in Kelowna, before I did the LTE root mod. It's possible.
    In most markets, 42 is the theoretical limit for DC-HSPA+. No North American markets go above that. You can say you have seen higher, but either the speed test is wrong or you're lying. Just throwing out facts, don't want to flame anyone.

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    I don't care what anyone believes. I've only stated what I've personally experienced.

    I doubt Ookla is wrong, but if it is, all the tests here can be called BS, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CGY Guy View Post
    I don't care what anyone believes. I've only stated what I've personally experienced.

    I doubt Ookla is wrong, but if it is, all the tests here can be called BS, right?


    Lucky, I'm with Telus(Nexus5) in Kelowna as well and never been able to get that - come close though. I will try again.

    Off topic - been thinking about Sask55 plan, not sure if it would affect speeds. Matters since I hotspot quite often.
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    I find Kelowna can fluctuate quite widely in areas, so it's not like you get high speeds everywhere. That test was on N. Glenmore up by the Yaletown condos, IIRC. I haven't done a lot of testing on my N5 yet, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by muskamike View Post

    Lucky, I'm with Telus(Nexus5) in Kelowna as well and never been able to get that - come close though. I will try again.

    Off topic - been thinking about Sask55 plan, not sure if it would affect speeds. Matters since I hotspot quite often.
    It doesn't effect a thing! Well it changes the monthly price
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    Brand new customer, not too shabby considering I never got over 50Mbps with Bhell - but then again, Ottawa is the orphan child when it comes to coverage and LTE-A


    Last edited by Ipse; 02-18-2015 at 02:26 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jakeuten View Post
    In most markets, 42 is the theoretical limit for DC-HSPA+. No North American markets go above that. You can say you have seen higher, but either the speed test is wrong or you're lying. Just throwing out facts, don't want to flame anyone.
    I agree with you 100%, those speed test screen shots on H are fake or they were on the LTE network. Max speed on dual channel HSPA+ is 42Mbps and we know we never hit max.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CGY Guy View Post
    I've hit 49 down on my Nexus 4 here in Kelowna, before I did the LTE root mod. It's possible.
    It is not possible on HSPA+. You must have enabled LTE on your nexus 4. Max download speeds on dual chanel HSPA + is 42Mbps

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    Quote Originally Posted by jattdesi View Post
    It is not possible on HSPA+. You must have enabled LTE on your nexus 4. Max download speeds on dual chanel HSPA + is 42Mbps
    Confirmed with a N4. 42Mbps is the max in Canada for HSPA+. There is a deviation from the standard IIRC which allows 60Mbps but it was one carrier only...might have been Huawei eqpt, but their link is down.
    Last edited by Ipse; 02-18-2015 at 10:33 AM.

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    Can someone post or let me know the average LTE speeds they are seeing within the Metro Vancouver area of BC and if the coverage is pretty much all rolled out in the rest of BC. I want to upgrade to an iPhone 5s or 6 and was wondering what the average speeds are nowadays on LTE.

    Currently, on Fido I've seen it go up to as high as 100mbps down (Ladner area) but it's sporadic in the rest of metro. I've been reading in previous posts in this forum that some members are getting as high as 80mbps and that's awesome. Thanks.


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