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    Speeds

    What speeds are you guys getting on sprint ? I get 55 mb down 10 up on nexus 5

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    Oh about 128 kbs

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    57 down 5-6 up, iphone 6s

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    I'm Huntsville, AL
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    Anywhere from 30Mbps to 70Mbps.... plenty of bandwidth for any application.

    My Nexus 6 is NOT carrier aggregation capable. According to Sensorly, speeds measured in those markets are well north of 100Mbps.

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    Sometimes 0.07 mbps, sometimes 70 mbps. Mostly 5 Mbps and below...
    Drexel University 1Gbps Fiber

    Verizon 3x Carrier Aggregation @ 90 MHz, Unlimited

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    As of today, 5:30pm. Common in areas without Spark.

    Carriers I've used: Sprint, T-Mobile, Cricket, AT&T, Verizon, Page Plus, Virgin Mobile, Movistar, AT&T Mexico, Telcel, Straight Talk, RingPlus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Volaris View Post
    As of today, 5:30pm. Common in areas without Spark.

    That Verizon ad is pretty hilarious.

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    I don't understand how sprint leaves its network like that.
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    You have been trying for 5 years to work for AT&T? Are you retarded?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaldo View Post
    I don't understand how sprint leaves its network like that.
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    It's pretty normal in Alabama!

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    Where being slow is considered a positive of course😁

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    Central Virginia, phone is not Spark capable.

    It varies between 50 Kbps and 6 Mbps depending on the location. To be fair, the low end is on the rural fringe of suburbia some of which they don't claim to even have service.

    In reasonable service areas of closer-in suburbia and around town it is fast enough to do what I need to get done - say 300 Kbps and above. At 2 Mbps and above I don't notice much difference from home cable Internet. The servers I am accessing aren't sending data that fast anyway. For my usage, speeds of more than 2-4 Mbps would just be for bragging rights. They wouldn't improve the quality of my Internet experience.

    So, yeah, Sprint only getting a few Mbps doesn't look good compared to the other three in the tens to a hundred plus Mbps, but what can't I do with a reasonable service experience.

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    Pretty sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HansCT View Post
    Where being slow is considered a positive of course
    The South you mean?

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    Speeds vary. When I hit fully upgraded towers those speeds are irrelevant
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