Be Nice ! S Chan has the Power to Cancel Fido Unlimited Data Plans !!!Originally Posted by alkizmo
Do The Correct SMART Ethical Thing Mr. Harper.
Stop the so called rescue of Mobilicity by Telus and early spectrum transfers
MISERY LOVES COMPANYselling the spectrum to an incumbent does not come up until September of 2014
I Buy Wind & Mobilicity Balances or Wallet Funds For CASH
Woohhoo fastttt yay!
0T9 Elec. Eng @ UT
My Feedback | EDGE @ 200+ kb/s | HSPA+ @ 4665 kb/s
6230b V3 Razr 3205 V551 Z500 LG 1400 V635 S710a P207 J300a V360 Z520 W600 L7 SLVR
T609 RAZR V3i D606 W810i D807 W300 K1 KRZR 5300 K790a 6300 LG TU500 A516 Moto Q9H Moto V9 A736 Z750i Xenon
6682 8801 6101 W600 5300
Jabra BT800 Jabra SP500 Jabra BT500 Jabra JX10 Logitech Freedom / Traveller SE PV700 BT620 / A320 HBH-601a HBH-IV835 BH-302 BH-601 HF-33W
can we get some TYTN users in here, or other NA HSDPA users via BT modem?
if data usage is your concern PM me and we can meet up for DEMO sim access
I just tried out HSPDA speeds tonight on my Tytn, crap thats fast, 1352Kbps, crap, there goes my 25MB data plan. Is Rogers going to revamp the data plans in light of this incredibly fast access technology? People will be blowing through their data plans in no time at all with speeds like this!
Ooopps I Swallowed it!Originally Posted by Treatz
How much data is used when you run this speed test once? (I'm hoping that the aircard s/w will provide this info). Thx.Originally Posted by Treatz
If you use the DSLreports.com speed test sites, a high speed test is about 10MB per test, give or take. If you use other sites, it's still a few MBs easily. If it's a smaller test it might not be that accurate.
No longer on a leash by Fido
DSLReports.com also known as Broadbandreports.com has always been a benchmarking website to measure download/upload tests.Originally Posted by Fortissimo
Others used by the industry are:
www.speedtest.net (I like this one because it shows a world map while testing - in the "select a region" area, scroll over to europe and asia to test your connection to their servers)
Last edited by QPhone; 11-12-2006 at 03:41 PM.
BlackBerry Z10 OS 10.0
I'll try these later on when I get the laptop againOriginally Posted by QPhone
HSDPA in NYC is much slower then in Toronto from what I experienced!
Wirelessly posted (HTC CHEETAH: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 4.01; Windows CE; PPC; 240x320))
Odd .. I was getting same speeds as in Toronto via Cingular/Michigan.Originally Posted by WorldIRC
Perhaps its network congestion in NYC...New Jersey was fine...just on the Manhatten Island was slow.