AT&T Will Cover 250 Million People in HSPA+ This Year
May 14, 2010, 4:44 PM by Philip Berne
AT&T says that its HSPA+ network will cover almost 250 million people by the end of this year. Engadget reports that at a Reuters event, AT&T Operations CEO John Stankey made the claim and also said that AT&T will double its 7.2Mbps speed limit on the current HSPA network. This comes on the heels of T-Mobile's statement that the smaller carrier's HSPA+ coverage will reach close to 185 million potential users.
Also, for cell phones, data speeds don't really mean much.
For those who WANT the speeds... 7.2 is pretty good: 7.2 DOUBLED is even better. Doubly better.
and available for 250m...
Who gives a flaying rats !@X!!$#P
They should put this under their ads
More argument why we need the smaller carriers.
Unbelievable? Where have you been? Old fat-cats never innovate unless forced. Why spend money when you get profits for free?
Innovation *NEVER* happens unless forced.
Look at Microsoft. Internet Explorer.
Stop huffing paint thinner please.
TYPO: replace "HSPA+" with "Chocolate"
It looks to be a chocolatey good year.
What the hell??? lmao