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    Quote Originally Posted by g00gler View Post
    Just got my S3 and this is the fastest download speed I got:
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    And this is the fastest upload I got:
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    I usually average about 20mbps, depending on where I am.
    can we get LTE For galaxy nexus unlocked from wind ??
    i live in calgary, i don't see any LTE on my phone
    which phone get LTE ???

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    Nexus 4 LTE early this evening in Calgary westbound on the TCH near the COP.

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    Here's mine:

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    Quote Originally Posted by saqeeb90 View Post
    can we get LTE For galaxy nexus unlocked from wind ??
    i live in calgary, i don't see any LTE on my phone
    which phone get LTE ???
    The Galaxy Nexus (Except for the Verizon model) has never supported LTE. It is strictly a GSM phone. Phones such as the Samsung Galaxy 3 (SGH-I747M) and the Samsung Note 2 (SGH-i317M) support LTE as well as a number of Motorola, HTC, and Sony phones (Xperia Ion if I recall). Iphone 5 is also an option.

    Hope that helps.

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    here is a recent Koodo LTE result on my iPhone 5

    Connection Type: Cellular
    Server: Vancouver, BC
    Download: 38.34 Mbps
    Upload: 16.51 Mbps
    Ping: 29 ms

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    LTE Ottawa (Merivale/Meadowlands) Feb 6. Same result for almost a 1/2 hour before I had to leave where I was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rural Guy View Post
    LTE Ottawa (Merivale/Meadowlands) Feb 6. Same result for almost a 1/2 hour before I had to leave where I was.

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    Was your phone in safe mode?
    Instructions for the $48- 5 GB sk/mb Koodo plan, get it anywhere in Canada!!:

    http://www.howardforums.com/showthre...here-in-Canada

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    Not bad at all.

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    This is just off 16th Avenue and Centre Street in Calgary, AB

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    Nope, didn't change any settings. A little later in the day other side of town got good speeds. Generally I've found in Ottawa it's feast or famine with LTE speeds/usefullness.

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    So I assume you guys are all bypassing Koodo's default data proxy, yes? Is there any reason NOT to delete it from my APN?
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    I have bypassed the proxy on my Galaxy S4. The only reason in my opinion to keep the proxy is if you like koodo slow speeds intermittently

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    This was from today in Sudbury on my Nexus 4:



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    Quote Originally Posted by lexcyn View Post
    This was from today in Sudbury on my Nexus 4:


    I =guess you have LTE enabled on yours.

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    What kind of D/U speed is everyone in the Toronto GTA area getting? I am not getting anywhere close to the posted. At most, I am only getting 15Mbps of download, if I turn off LTE, I get about 7 Mbps. This is in the downtown core, Thornhill, Richmond Hill and Scarborough areas.

    I asked Koodo tech support to check if my account is provision, according to them if I see LTE connected then my account is provision, and the speed performance will vary.

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