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    Here's a test run in my kitchen. Signal ~-91dbm


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    3mbps and 350k up in Whitby

    Sent from my Nexus II+
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    I'm using the android speed test app and I can't get any servers near Vancouver. There's some in Ontario and a lot in the eastern U.S. but nothing on the west coast. Seems like the app thinks I live in eastern Canada. If your in Vancouver, how are you doing your speed test?

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    Update: I turned on my gps before the speed test, Now I can get servers in and near Vancouver...

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    how are people getting 7mbps...I've been constantly getting around 3 MBPs download and 0.5-7 mbps upload.

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    Best I've gotten today:

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    I normally get between 3-5Mb/s dl and .6-1.6Mb/s ul
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    Quote Originally Posted by darylscool View Post
    Best I've gotten today:

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    I normally get between 3-5Mb/s dl and .6-1.6Mb/s ul
    WHOA, how are you getting more than 1mb/s up? (wait a sec, that's Megabits isn't it... Always confuses me)

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    My best ever speed test on WIND was 5Mbps down and 0.55Mbps up. And that was in the OMNI (rogers) building at 8:11AM.

    Even yet, I went scavenging across Toronto and did 35 tests and they average out to around 1.75Mbps Down and 0.37Mbps UP.

    Tests Ranged from 0mbps up and down to 5Mbps down and 0.59up MAX.
    Tests were taken on 2 different days (one in the morning to afternoon and one evening to night) and at different times, underground, outside, indoors and while moving to simulate average usage.

    What do you think?
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    Mississauga (where I live) is a different story, I constantly get from 2-4mbps down but consistently less than .40mbps up.

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    Between 4 and 6Mbps has been my constant average in and around Vancouver pretty much anytime of day. Certainly better than my Fido line which slows to a crawl in the evenings still.

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    LG Optimus 2X is 10.2Mbps device if Im not mistaken (I use Nexus S). Your speeds could mean that WIND is playing around with HSPA+ or 4G. and in that case we should see some announcement soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor Andrade View Post
    LG Optimus 2X is 10.2Mbps device if Im not mistaken (I use Nexus S). Your speeds could mean that WIND is playing around with HSPA+ or 4G. and in that case we should see some announcement soon.
    No probably not. I've asked this question before (at a wind store) and they told me the Max was 10.2mpbs and they don't have hsupa.

    Comparing to mobi whose max is 3.6mbps (normal 3g) with hsupa... things get pretty confusing. (Source: Dave dobbins twitter)

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    Unhappy

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    This is pretty typical for my internet speed...

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    Visiting Toronto. From the basement of my parents' house near Yonge and Drewry:

    On my Nexus One.

    (This is the location that drove me to flee Mobilicity after a two week trial in December because I was barely getting any signal on the ground floor.)

    I forget how the technology exactly works, but I think the HSPA+ devices may be able to get better speeds than "nonplussed" devices even when the network hasn't been upgraded yet. Something to do with how the radios are designed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmstlist View Post
    Visiting Toronto. From the basement of my parents' house near Yonge and Drewry:

    On my Nexus One.

    (This is the location that drove me to flee Mobilicity after a two week trial in December because I was barely getting any signal on the ground floor.)

    I forget how the technology exactly works, but I think the HSPA+ devices may be able to get better speeds than "nonplussed" devices even when the network hasn't been upgraded yet. Something to do with how the radios are designed.
    HSPA+ phones have modems capable of higher speeds (they support higher order modulation). So if the network is upgraded to 21 Mbps, a device with say a 14.4 Mbps modem will get better speeds than one with a 3.6 Mbps or 7.2 Mbps modem in the same location. But when network hasn't been upgraded, the HSPA+ phone has no advantage over a "nonplussed" 7.2 Mbps phone as they are both capped by the modulation scheme used by the network, supporting a max of 7.2 Mbps.

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    Today. Surprised it's going all the way to Hamilton though.
    Last edited by beachlover333; 08-31-2011 at 01:17 PM.

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    A new tower must have been setup in my area, cuz these speeds are AWESOME:


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