P.S. Notice how you drop to EDGE about 40 miles out from downtown OKC. Some of that wonderful AT&T coverage. LOL
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We live in South Jersey, originally from
Philly. So I spend a lot of time on the road for the USPS as a tractor trailer driver. In Philly AT&T has always been good in data but in South Jersey not as good as Philly.
AT&T must have done some upgrades in South Jersey cause in the last week I'm getting fantastic speeds consistently in South Jersey on my iPhone 4S. I've always gotten 2-3 down in Philly consistently.
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More like not suprising that at&t hasnt done anything. I would have noticed the changes if upgrades were done even without the map as it is, i still have to deal with dropped calls and rely on the M cell for indoor coverage and to reduce dropped calls.Originally Posted by formercanuck
At least we now have decent idea of how big LTE is in SoCal. A big improvement over the PR hype.
It's also working fine for me in Google Chrome on Windows 7 SP1.
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Works fine for me in Chrome on Lion. Verizon's new map update, however, broke THEIR maps for my in Safari and Chrome - now they only work in Firefox. Go figure. 'Twas the week for cell carriers to create browser compatibility problems I guess...