Cincinnati Bell Starts Marketing HSPA+ 4G
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Basically, they provide native cell service in the cincinnati metro area and dayton oh. Plus phone service in the cincinnati metro.
Yea, i guess most have not heard of them. I do know they use AWS for 3G, (or I guess ...
Lies and Deceit!
Please see this post on Engadget --->
http://www.engadget.com/2011/06/27/verizon-dominates ... »
What kind of HSPA+ network are they running. 21 Mbps? 42 Mbps? Wont matter. There are no 42 Mbps cellular devices currently released. Even with T-mobile having a 42 Mbps HSPA+ network, as you can see, their average down is 3.7Mbps with max at 15.23Mbps. There is no way that they will deliver 10 Mbps CONSISTENTLY with a HSPA+ network unless Several powerful phones are released that support HSPA+ 42.2 (as I type this post, zero exist). So, I call Shenanigans on Cinci bell, that not only will they not be able to deliver 10Mbps consistently, but they dont even h...