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    Quote Originally Posted by ronnie8890 View Post
    That says 56 Down.....

    I'm lucky to get 3 over wifi if my phone is glues to the router. I need some 4g like buddy needs Bacon.

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    Yeah, it was pretty impressive. I was like a giggling school girl.

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    This thread makes me sad now lol
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    The part that kills me, is LTE is supposed to show improved latency. On my Xoom, which is on Verizon, it does. With a strong signal, I can get 60ms latency from my device to a local data center using speedtest.net. However, on ATT's LTE, even with a speed like that, latency is still rather high, with a strong signal. I am just curious as to what is causing that.

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    Lol that is caused by 3g......yet I live 1/4th a mile from a tower. I would be able to see it from my back yard if my neighbors house wasn't there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ronnie8890 View Post
    Lol that is caused by 3g......yet I live 1/4th a mile from a tower. I would be able to see it from my back yard if my neighbors house wasn't there.
    That explains the extra eyeball.
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    Better to see you with.
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    and what goes good with bacon EGGS OF COURSE (PREFERABLY SCRAMBLED).

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    Somebody said bacon?
    Living dangerously, to me, is eating spaghetti with a white shirt on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ollie View Post
    Somebody said bacon?
    Your not buddy.



    On a serious note though, while those speeds are impressive remember that almost no one is using ATT's LTE network. When the load Increases the speeds will drop. Also the proximity to a tower also has an effect on speed. The further away you are the slower the speeds tend to be. Although the is rejected by the quality of the radio in the phone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quicksilver7714 View Post
    Your not buddy.



    On a serious note though, while those speeds are impressive remember that almost no one is using ATT's LTE network. When the load Increases the speeds will drop. Also the proximity to a tower also has an effect on speed. The further away you are the slower the speeds tend to be. Although the is rejected by the quality of the radio in the phone.

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    Absolutely. Once the LTE infrastructures are more robust, 3G phones go to the wayside, and everyone is clogging up the LTE networkd then people will be clamoring for 5G (which is in the works). My biggest issue with LTE is battery life vs usabikity. A strobg 3G network is all that is really needed on a mobile device. I get 7 hours of nonstop surfing on the Note on 3G as opposed to 4 hours on LTE.

    And although I am not Buddy, I spent 2 months in a pork-free country recently. I don't think he could've coped
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