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    Not too shabby, Sprint:

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    I've peaked at 12 but my norm is around 2. Really sucks.

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    When I was with Sprint I had never seen data speeds that fast. Usually on 4G I would get 3-5 mbps.
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    Man I always get around 9-10 in Sacramento, CA and peak around 13-14 down
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    Quote Originally Posted by jstates916 View Post
    Man I always get around 9-10 in Sacramento, CA and peak around 13-14 down
    You are one of the lucky ones.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dwaynewilliams View Post
    You are one of the lucky ones.


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    Is it really that bad in other areas?
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    Lets just say that usually, my "3G" is faster. -Chicago Burbs
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    I maxed like 3 Down and 2 up in the Chicago burbs shii wimax better than 3G but sucks compared to lte

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    Just switched to Verizon. This is why. FYI I am in northwest Indiana (chicagoland).



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    Here at work just north of Atlanta and got 3.1 d/l and right about 1 u/l.

    At home (near downtown Atlanta) I have CLEAR service for our home internet and over the past few months it has been AWFUL. Completely unacceptable...I'm talking dial-up speeds. I'm planning to switch to cable internet in the near future when I can get some other house-related stuff settled.

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