Location-specific network speed question
Mods, not sure if this is the right place. If not, please move it for me. Thanks!
OK, here's my question. I'm on Rogers, in south-eastern Manitoba (not far from Winnipeg). Late last night (around 2AM) I used speedtest's app to check my up/down speed. that late at night I hit almost 5Mbps down, and .64Mbps up (megabits per second). Daytime I'm around 1.5 down, and around .5 up (tested in a few spots around my town).
So if you are on Rogers, in Manitoba, post your speed and device. No I don't want your town or postal code or anything. I don't even want to use this info for anything other then reading what other people in my province are getting for data speeds.
I'm using a Galaxy Nexus.
Best: 4.8 down, .64 up
Worst: .88 down, .09 up
- 04-28-2012, 02:47 PM #2
Re: Location-specific network speed question
Remember that speed test will often be far better during off-peak hours than on-peak hours simply because the network is not being used.
Are you looking to compare the Galaxy Nexus speedtest on Rogers or any phone on the Rogers network? This might help the mods move the thread to the appropriate forum or sub-forum.
Anyone on Rogers, just post speeds, device, and province. I thought maybe I'd get better speed but probably not until they go LTE here. Currently HSPA+ which apparently caps out at 7Mbps theoretical Max speed
Just curious what other people are seeing for network speeds, that's all."I can only see half of what's going on
But i'm alright
'Cause I can still smile"
Wide Mouth Mason - Smile