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Originally Posted by LastBucsfan View Post
That's about what 3G should be. My WIFI speeds are a little faster on my Droid X, but that could be the ISP.
I've got a galaxy 3

my friend has galaxy s and his 3G is around 3mbps down and 4mbps up unless his uses though i think his uses HSDPA.

My net is 15/1 so its probably just the router its G and my phone is N.

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No it's not. That's some sort of myth lots of Americans have gotten used to because they have a really crappy 3G infrastructure. It's not uncommon for me to have 8/2 over 3G here in Denmark.
Yeah i looked into it a bit more and UK seems to use 3.5G ? lol

its just my phone is a load of crap :L
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I blame Greece.
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i blame the inventors of the internet.


Edited by darksideleader - 4/5/11 at 6:51pm
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No it's not. That's some sort of myth lots of Americans have gotten used to because they have a really crappy 3G infrastructure. It's not uncommon for me to have 8/2 over 3G here in Denmark.
I highly doubt that. Verizon is one of the largest companies in the world and spends 10's of billions of dollars on their data infrastructure every year. The 3G technology itself is only supposed to be capable of "bursts" of up to 3.0 Mbps and constant of 768kbps-1.5mbps regardless of infrastructure. I used to work for Verizon.
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5+ years of 3g...


And today I jumped onto this.
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I highly doubt that. Verizon is one of the largest companies in the world and spends 10's of billions of dollars on their data infrastructure every year. The 3G technology itself is only supposed to be capable of "bursts" of up to 3.0 Mbps and constant of 768kbps-1.5mbps regardless of infrastructure. I used to work for Verizon.
I might have gotten 3G and 3.5G confused for a second - in most of Europe we have 3.5G coverage, aka HSDPA (or HSUPA in some areas), which supports the "up to 14mbit" speeds, versus standard 3G (which I believe is just called UMTS) that only supports the around 1.5mbps as you mentioned.

Here's an example speedtest run from my Desire Z (HSDPA handset):


This is just in my area (suburb-ish area of Copenhagen), and I'm pretty darned far away from the cell tower. I have 2/4 bars.

The best I've seen with this carrier is 5/5 down/up in mbit. That's in the city with the upgraded cell towers.
The fastest I've ever done over 3G was 750 kB/s down over in a huge holiday center in another part of Denmark - it was with another provider though.

Enough of that, and let's see some speedtest results
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Edited by xxlawman87xx - 4/5/11 at 6:25pm
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I might have gotten 3G and 3.5G confused for a second - in most of Europe we have 3.5G coverage, aka HSDPA (or HSUPA in some areas), which supports the "up to 14mbit" speeds, versus standard 3G (which I believe is just called UMTS) that only supports the around 1.5mbps as you mentioned.

Here's an example speedtest run from my Desire Z (HSDPA handset):


This is just in my area (suburb-ish area of Copenhagen), and I'm pretty darned far away from the cell tower. I have 2/4 bars.

The best I've seen with this carrier is 5/5 down/up in mbit. That's in the city with the upgraded cell towers.
The fastest I've ever done over 3G was 750 kB/s down over in a huge holiday center in another part of Denmark - it was with another provider though.

Enough of that, and let's see some speedtest results
That sounds right. I don't believe any US carriers used 3.5G HSDPA technology. I know Verizon skipped straight to 4G LTE coverage. Ooooo how I wish I had a Thunderbolt right now. Since I've already posted my home Verizon connection results, I'll try and post a result from my Verizon 3G Droid X later.
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