100 Megabits ?
My Galaxy S 4, which does not support carrier aggregation, being used on Virgin Mobile (in Canada) can get 70 Megabits per second. In Canada the laws are different, and cellular tower output is lower than in the United States. Sprint tries so hard, but they can never seen to get it right.
This is a real question on my part, but how wide are the frequency blocks in Canada? Thats one of the biggest factors for speeds. Thats why T-Mobile can get such high speeds here. Its because they have a wide block of frequency.
The press release that the site links to states 100 Mbps or more which the author conveniently omitted. And Sprint users have reported speeds well in excess of 100 Mbps with carrier aggregation.