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Steve Mehs
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Re: Sprint 4g = clearwire?

Wow that's a terrible result for 4G. Here's typically what I get on my Evo





I love how low the pings are with Sprint. AT&T was always 250ms+ when I had the iPhone.
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jmn1207
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Right, terrible, please.

I was inside my office building sitting at my desk, which is located away from the windows, so I had no GPS lock and the app ran the test on the last server that was used. Notice the latency on my test? When I use a test server in and around D.C., and I have better line of sight to the tower, my latency and speed results are much closer to what you are posting.

Still, a steady 6 Mbps wireless connection is freaking awesome for many, many people. Having absolutely no cap limit is the icing on the cake, until it melts away and Sprint has a change of heart.

But, I concede. You are the true champ of the 4G speed test.


simstick

join:2004-07-02
Houston, TX
reply to Steve Mehs

said by Steve Mehs:

Wow that's a terrible result for 4G. Here's typically what I get on my Evo
I love how low the pings are with Sprint. AT&T was always 250ms+ when I had the iPhone.
The home users were bragging like that for about four months so they get the good reviews then they will cap your a$$.