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    Quote Originally Posted by fiveplustwo View Post
    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.
    which phone are you using?
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by ijcy View Post
    which phone are you using?
    I am using a hacked Nexus 4 with LTE enabled. On the phone Status->Mobile Network Type: LTE:13. If I turned off LTE, my speed is around D/U 5/1 Mbps, Network Type shows HSPA+

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    This is what I got from Markham area. Approx. McCowan and Steeles.

    Sent from my SGH-I337M using Tapatalk 4

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    Quote Originally Posted by fiveplustwo View Post
    I am using a hacked Nexus 4 with LTE enabled. On the phone Status->Mobile Network Type: LTE:13. If I turned off LTE, my speed is around D/U 5/1 Mbps, Network Type shows HSPA+
    I think it's the phone, when i had the N4 LTE enabled those are the speeds i received as well.
    when i switched to the HTC One and on my children's Galaxy S3's and my wife's xperia t are getting more like 25-40 DU and 15-18 UL.

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    I found out the problem. I removed my data counter app Onavo and got speed of 34/15 at Hwy 7 and Yonge. Near Yonge and Clark is 7/7 Mbps.

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    Just joined the Koodo family. LTE speeds of 31/16 after getting rid of the proxy, not bad!

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    Agreed. Looking forward to getting a Nexus 5.
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    Was there a new Cell tower put up in Markham? (near Warden and Steels)
    I used to get only 1 bar in my office and 3G which was not usable. But once out of the office door, I can get 3 bars and LTE
    but yesterday, in my office I can get now 3 bars and LTE . And out of the office I can get 4 bars to full bars now

    LTE speed test is average above 30 Mbps down over 10 Mbps up ping time about 50s

    sometimes I get this


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    Anyone with a windows phone on Koodo LTE?
    I'm using the 'stock' settings that Access Point provides, but I'd like to check manual settings to see if the speeds are even faster.
    I guess the APN settings would be the same, windows phone, android, etc
    I recall reading somewhere about using an APN that removes the limiter on their speeds. Can't find it anywhere

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    Just remove the proxy address and the proxy port number. Keep the MMS proxy setting intact

    Sent from my Nexus 4 using HoFo mobile app

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    Quote Originally Posted by fiveplustwo View Post
    Just remove the proxy address and the proxy port number. Keep the MMS proxy setting intact

    Sent from my Nexus 4 using HoFo mobile app
    What are the actual settings to input, though?
    Windows Phone has a section in their settings, called 'Access Point' and it pulls all the data for me. I can add a manual point, but would need all the settings.

    I have done a search and found some differences. Would like to input those which are appropriate.

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    Under settings > cellular > internet apn you want the APN value to be sp.koodo.com, every other field to be blank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilez View Post
    Under settings > cellular > internet apn you want the APN value to be sp.koodo.com, every other field to be blank.
    That's it?
    That alone will make MMS, data and internet sharing work?

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    APN - sp.koodo.com

    MMSC - http://aliasredirect.net/proxy/koodo/mmsc
    MMS proxy - 74.49.0.18
    MMS port - 80


    Leave everything else blank

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    Quote Originally Posted by OnlineHarvest View Post
    That's it?
    That alone will make MMS, data and internet sharing work?
    Don't know about MMS, never use it.

    Internet sharing probably depends on your phone manufacturer/carrier- with a Lumia WP8, that setting, and Koodo set in the Access Point app will give you full speed LTE and internet sharing.

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