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    I am interested to see how the arrival of the iPhone 5 has affected the speed of the LTE network. If you have before and after numbers please post. Also is anyone experiencing network problems with the increased LTE users?
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    No issues here.
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    I haven't noticed a difference.
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    that's all you get on LTE? I mean yes the up speeds are impressive but I tested a 920 out and I got 23Mbps down and something crazy like 15 up.

    I will say the day they flipped LTE on in my market the HSPA+ speeds went up and data connections were more stable over all. All those LTE customers suddenly uncongested the towers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by inteller View Post
    that's all you get on LTE? I mean yes the up speeds are impressive but I tested a 920 out and I got 23Mbps down and something crazy like 15 up.

    I will say the day they flipped LTE on in my market the HSPA+ speeds went up and data connections were more stable over all. All those LTE customers suddenly uncongested the towers.
    It's better than what I got on September 20. Windows Phone Speed Test: Pittsburgh, PA - US D: 9.33 Mbps U: 2.18 Mbps Latency: 163 Network: AT&T Using BandWidth.
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    looks like ATT has already congested its LTE towers there then.....they may not have as much spectrum there as they do here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by inteller View Post
    looks like ATT has already congested its LTE towers there then.....they may not have as much spectrum there as they do here.
    I'm also inside a brick building at this time.

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