| Review by why60loss |
member for 244 days, 37 visits, last login: 10 days ago
lodged 244 days ago
- Wake Forest,Wake,NC
- $60 per month
- "AT&T's h+ work's well fast and in more places than verizon's 4G"
- "Pre paid caps your speeds at 1mbs, had to go post paid for 5mbs +"
- "Not as fast as verizon's 4G CAN be, but works better over all"
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Value for money:
I had it for over a year with my verizon line and could not let go.
Support is not bad, but not the best I have seen. ( I still don't know way I was billed $20 more that one month, but they fixed it so that good and did not take long.)
HSPA+ is way faster in most cases than verizon's CDMA based 3G and it may as well be 4G than 3G. Can do HD video and more on it that next to never could be done on verizon's 3G. Droped fewer call's yet made more of them with AT&T VS verizon. ( 2 call's this year with AT&T VS 3-5 with verzion in a about a year. P.S I don't make alot of calls so it may have been more for both if I did call more.)
·AT&T Wireless Br..
various levels of 4G Something the telcos don't tell you is that 4G comes in at least three levels of performance: HSPA, HSPA+ and LTE, in ascending order of speed. My local AT&T outfit upgraded a few months ago to LTE and the difference is very noticeable. The AT&T connection manager and most routers will tell you what level you are getting, and the Sierra313U modem AT&T commonly uses has a data light that goes from blue (any HSPA) to green (LTE) to also indicate the level you are getting.
Sierra 313U/AT&T 4G LTE in Cradlepoint CTR500 router, 2 LinkSys WiFi a/p, 4 XPPro units, FireFox everywhere.