Sprint 4g LTE Speed tests *San Antonio Texas* »www.youtube.com/watch?v=9xKzvyOmLP8
HERE YOU GO PLEASE LIKE I KNOW THE VIDEO IS SHAKY....BUT PLEASE LIKE IT
in the middle of the video the speeds really increased!
Steve MehsGun Control Is Using A Steady HandPremium
I dont know why I wasted 5 minutes and 11 seconds of my life watching that much of your video. I guess only for laughs and to point out inaccuracies as I did when you Photoshopped your Symmetrical speed result from Time Warner. You havent showed for face here since then, until now that is.
Before you call yourself any type of master you should learn about what you have. There is no Sprint phone in existence that has both wimax and LTE radios in it. The only devices that support both wimax and LTE are a mobile hot spot and a USB modem. Your Samsung GS3 certainly does not support wimax. So there is no chance that your connected back to wimax. And those speeds download speeds are not all that impressive so Im not sure why youre popping wood over them. Ive hit over 18Mb down on Sprint Wimax before and hit over 50Mb down on Verizon LTE before.
Dale Jr, Riding Daddys Coattails Since February 18, 2001!
DAMN relax......Jeeze......ive hit 52mbps On Verizon 4g LTE.......and FYI.....I don't see many people doing speed tests so.....yeah Leave me alone if you don't like it don't respond that was my uncles SGS3 take a chill pill if you actually watched And i didn't photo shop anything....i don't even have photo shop......to expensive...anyways go find someone elses forum to bother
Cobbs Creek, VA
reply to SanAntonioTx
who said WiMax figures into this at all? It was a Sprint LTE test. Looked valid to me
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Re: Sprint 4g LTE Speed tests *San Antonio Texas* One-upping you because I feel like it:
These results were collected with my Galaxy S III on a practically brand new, microwave backhauled Sprint LTE site (well, the LTE was new...the site has been around for years) a couple miles SSW of where I was standing when I did those tests.
I've been using LTE on and off all day and, while I can tell the difference between it and the cable connection (50M down, 5M up) that I pay for in Austin, LTE is actually snappier in some instances...and faster on uploads! I'd feel bad about pounding the towers all day, but I think I'm still one of relatively few folks who even know that LTE is live here. Hence the speeds, which are definitely representative of a practically unloaded tower; I have seen better (tower near the middle of nowhere; I got 35.7M down, 13.5M up or something very close to that) but I'm not complaiining about 20M down and 10M up at all!