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Sprint Says LTE Live in Los Angeles and Other Markets

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Still no mention of SD

carmodboy99

Apr 18, 2013, 2:34 PM
Its been up here for about a month now, but maybe its better this way, right now I can pull 24Mbps near work and 12Mbps near home, on Sprint!!! Once they announce it, im sure they'll throttle it down to 6-8Mbps, The lamest speeds of all LTE networks.
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floorguy

Apr 18, 2013, 8:09 PM
Oh thats probably San Diego vs South Dakota Embarassed

I was gonna say, if bleeping South dakota has it and utah doesnt, i was gonna be pissed
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KOL4420

Apr 19, 2013, 2:13 PM
haha to be honest 6-8 seems reasonable. Considering that you are just going to be doing mobile computing that doesnt require extraordinarily fast speeds. Dont rely on 4G LTE to be your main source of internet just yet.

That sounds awesome that you have 4G LTE tho!
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Haggard

Apr 21, 2013, 8:45 AM
for LTE? Not really considering I get that on HSPA+ on AT&T, and get about 40Mbps down and 8Mbps up.
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rawvega

Apr 20, 2013, 11:57 PM
carmodboy99 said:
Its been up here for about a month now, but maybe its better this way, right now I can pull 24Mbps near work and 12Mbps near home, on Sprint!!! Once they announce it, im sure they'll throttle it down to 6-8Mbps, The lamest speeds of all LTE networks.


Nah, they don't throttle. The 6-8 Mbps figures are their estimates based upon a fully loaded network. Under promise, over deliver. Besides, what can't you do on a smartphone with 6-8 Mbps?
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