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    So I found this on Moto's website under tech specs for the One 5G Ace unlocked(though it may may not be updated):
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShredFred View Post
    So what is everyone else's results with 5g on Redpocket AT&T, T-mobile and Verizon? What speeds are you getting and on what bands?

    Sent from my motorola one 5G UW ace using HoFo mobile app
    I have RP GSMA with an S22 Ultra. On LTE and 5G DSS I don't get over 70mb. Found some Midband in Charlotte. It was over 200mb.

    Sent from my SHT-W09 using HoFo mobile app

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    Don't get fixated on speed. Even 5 mbps is plenty for streaming and app downloads. NetFlix recommends min. 5mbps for HD.
    Full downloading giant GB files is a different story if that's what you do often. But then there's wifi.

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    For the longest time I had 8mbps on cricket. It was more than enough to do everything but stream 4k. This was a none issue as I rarely streamed to begin with. I believe 1080p did stream ok.

    Now they've uncapped it, avg speeds are 70-120 mbps - device not 5g capable, only 4g. Plenty to do anything. Don't need 5g.

    Home has ftth with att gig tier. All the big downloads happen there.

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    Just trying to advance the knowledge of the group. My phone, the Motorola Ace 5g UW doesn't show up on the official compatibility lists and RP doesn't seem to advertise they have 5g on Verizon but both seem to be true.

    If this helps anyone trying to do research on this, then it's been useful.


    Sent from my motorola one 5G UW ace using HoFo mobile app

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